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Wednesday, March 14
 

10:00am

Managing Copyright in an ILL Setting
Join this panel of librarians to learn more about how they manage copyright in an ILL setting.

Speakers
avatar for Troy Christenson

Troy Christenson

Resource Delivery Librarian, University of Texas at Arlington
I have worked in libraries for over thirty years. My specialty is workflow analysis, copyright, statistics and analytics. I am a problem solver and like to help others become successful. I have a diverse background and consider myself a nontraditional librarian. I look forward to... Read More →
avatar for Nicole Clasen

Nicole Clasen

Head of User Services, ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
Nicole Clasen is Head of the Department User Services at the ZBW in Germany. The ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics is the world’s largest research infrastructure for economic literature. The department includes the reference services, lending, interlibrary loan, international... Read More →
avatar for Megan Gaffney

Megan Gaffney

Librarian, University of Delaware Library
Megan Gaffney is Librarian and Coordinator of Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery Services at the University of Delaware Library. She has presented and published articles on topics including interdepartmental collaboration and the impact of discovery layers on resource sharing... Read More →
avatar for Pamela Johnston

Pamela Johnston

Associate Librarian, UNT
Pamela Johnston is the Interlibrary Loan Librarian at the University of North Texas. She has worked in various aspects of access services at the UNT Libraries for over 25 years. She has presented on management and process improvement and her work has appeared in the Journal of Access... Read More →


Wednesday March 14, 2018 10:00am - 11:00am
Grand Ballroom 1

2:45pm

The German Copyright - A Mystery for Foreign Librarians?
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) correlates closely with copyright. But only a few countries worldwide have got a copyright law and less of them including a special part for ILL. Germany is one of them, but this positive effect doesn’t make it easier for foreign libraries. Librarians and lawyers agree that the German copyright law is one of the most complicated laws. The new copyright (UrhWissG) in Germany will become operative in March 2018 and promise to be the right answer for the specification of modern digital work and study. But what will be the differences to the current copyright? What are the most important facts for ILL? How will you get the articles and books you need from German libraries? And why is everything so complicated? The workshop will start with a short introduction to the German copyright and our way of license fees. Afterwards, I would like to discuss various ways to improve ILL between foreign libraries to make it even faster, more digital and more service-orientated.

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Clasen

Nicole Clasen

Head of User Services, ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics
Nicole Clasen is Head of the Department User Services at the ZBW in Germany. The ZBW – Leibniz Information Centre for Economics is the world’s largest research infrastructure for economic literature. The department includes the reference services, lending, interlibrary loan, international... Read More →


Wednesday March 14, 2018 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Grand Ballroom 6

4:30pm

Poster Session: Copyright Charges: A Library's Approach to Reducing its Copyright Fees
Medical Sciences Library (MSL) at Texas A&M University offers ILL services to its affiliates free of charge. Like many other libraries, ILL staff first try to borrow from free libraries to keep the borrowing fees as low as possible. However, copyright fees are often higher than the charges of borrowing an article. To offset the copyright charges and maintain the free service, a new plan was devised by the librarian overseeing ILL. After consulting with the director, an acceptable range of copyright fees was chosen for each patron group (undergraduate, graduate, staff, faculty). This breakdown was forwarded to staff and they were asked to follow a series of steps when copyright needs to be paid for a request. This poster will explain the steps in detail and provide the outcome.

Speakers
avatar for Derek Halling

Derek Halling

Texas A&M University
Derek is currently the Interim Director of Evans Subject Librarians at Texas A&M University Libraries. A majority of his eight years as a librarian were spent serving in the position of Onsite Services at the Texas A&M Medical Sciences Library which included responsibility for all... Read More →


Wednesday March 14, 2018 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Grand Ballrooms 4 & 5

4:30pm

Poster Session: ILL Cost Recovery at UMB
UMB Health Sciences Library used to absorb copyright fees incurred by following the CONTU Rule of Five. Over the years the rising demand for current articles for interdisciplinary education and research, compounded with a flat budget for journal subscriptions, has increased copyright payments exponentially. Statistical analysis indicated future trends with the same trajectory. To sustain ILL service, the Library has implemented a charge-back model where schools pay for articles requiring copyright fees. In developing the model, numerous challenges were met and resolved. This poster will describe the development of the project and lessons learned.

Speakers
avatar for Vickie Campbell

Vickie Campbell

Library Services Supervisor, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Vickie Campbell is a Resource Sharing Supervisor in Resource Sharing at University of Maryland, Baltimore. Her expertise includes ILL services and technologies. She currently serves on the ILL & Resource Sharing committee at University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institution... Read More →
avatar for Lorraine Woods

Lorraine Woods

Library Services Specialist, University of Maryland, HS/HSL
Lorrie Woods is a Library Services Specialist in Resource Sharing at University of Maryland, Baltimore. She provides ILL and documents delivery services. In addition to ILL she also works with the institutional repository, the UMB Digital Archive, including outreach and data curation... Read More →


Wednesday March 14, 2018 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Grand Ballrooms 4 & 5