Copyright Workshop for Libraries
On Tuesday, October 22, 2019, Dr. Maja, Bogataj Jančič visited the Mirana Jarca Library in Novo Mesto, where she led a full-day workshop titled “Copyright for Libraries”.
At the workshop, she presented the basics of copyright and the exceptions and limitations for cultural heritage institutions, especially libraries, were discussed in more detail. A number of questions that were sent in advance by the participants were then discussed at the workshop. The final section of the workshop outlined the new exceptions and limitations of the new Directive on Copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market.
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