Webinar: Impact of the DSM Directive on copyright law in EU and Slovenia
On September 28th, 2021, National university library (NUK) organizes a webinar dedicated to the implementation of the DSM Directive in the EU and Slovenia. At the online event, guests from abroad and Slovenia will present their experience with transposition of the Directive into national legislations and key changes brought by the Directive. The webinar will take place in two parts, and in both parts dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M, LL.M. will also present. Welcome!
In the first part of the event, which will be held in English, speakers will be:
– Stephen Wyber (IFLA),
– Paul Keller (Open Future),
– Szabolcs Dancs (National Széchényi Library of Hungary),
– Christopher Natzén (National Library of Sweden),
– Maja Bogataj Jančič (Institute for Intellectual Property).
The second part, which will be led by dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M. will be held in the Slovenian language, and it is intended primarily for all interested librarians. The impact of the implementation of the DSM directive on the daily practice of librarians will be presented.
You can register for the event here.
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