TLA presents a webinar on Copyright Issues in Academic Libraries

Please note the date change for the webinar on Copyright Issues for Academic Libraries

Please visit to register:

Copyright Issues in Academic Libraries with Gretchen McCord Hoffmann – September 21 • 3:30-4:30 pm CDT
Engage in discussion regarding how to deal with copyright concerns in situations commonly encountered in academic libraries, such as the use of print course packs and content management technology such as Blackboard; electronic reserves; classroom photocopying; and the library’s potential liability for actions of library users. This premium webinar costs $45 for TLA members, $55 for non-members, and $35 per person for groups of 5 or more.
TLA’s ReadyTalk webinars require only an internet-linked computer and a nearby telephone. Instructions for logging into the webinar will be emailed a few days before the event, and again on the morning of the event. For more information, please contact Gloria Meraz at or Nan Ellis at

Also coming soon from TLA for academic librarians…

Building a Learning Organization: Creating and Implementing a Training Program for the University of Houston Libraries by Damon Camille and Annie Wu – October 10 w10-11am CDT
In their free webinar on October 26, Camille and Wu will cover the concept of creating a learning organization – what it is, and why it is important for a library to strive to become one. They will describe the processes the University of Houston Libraries used to design a training program to meet the needs of all its employees. They will also share the skills that UH Libraries staff felt they needed to be successful in today’s environment.