If you're a librarian wrestling with a copyright question,
Ask a Copyright First Responder!
The Copyright First Responders (CFR) program trains librarians, archivists, museum staff, and other cultural institutional employees in an immersive-style program emphasizing practical copyright law. Once through the training, all participants join a national CFR system designed to provide support community-building, peer-to-peer networking, and current awareness on cutting edge copyright issues. Once trained and embedded, a CFR addresses copyright concerns, without offering legal advice, to faculty, students, and staff. The CFR program was developed by Kyle K. Courtney, the copyright advisor at Harvard’s Office for Scholarly Communication.
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