Call For One one day Seminar on Digital Licensing: Smart Decisions for Smart Libraries @ NLU Delhi, Sector-14, Dwark, New Delhi

One Day Seminar on

Digital Licensing: Smart Decisions for Smart Libraries

Date-

9th August 2017
ABOUT THE SEMINAR 

 National Law University, Delhi in association with Dr. B R Ambedkar Central Library, JNU,  Indian Association of Special Libraries and  Information Centre (IASLIC) Zone IV and Ranganathan Research Circle  is organising one day seminar on Digital Licensing: Smart Decisions for Smart Libraries on 9th August 2017 on occasion of  Dr. S. R. Ranganathan, Father of Library Science Birthday. The main objectives of the Seminar is to create an  awareness amongst library fraternity on the various issues concerning licensing agreements  signed with publishing industry.  The digital  revolution has greatly influenced the way libraries procure, access and store information for  use of its patrons.  The present digital Era has posed numerous challenges to the libraries in fulfilment of their major missions of preservation  and dissemination of information.  Libraries provide access to digital resources with bundle or  individual subscriptions/purchases.  Sometimes rights of its use and ownership are confusing.   

          Libraries need to undergo numerous licensing agreements for providing the access to digital resources to the patrons, whether it is related to subscription of databases, computer software, purchases of e-books and other e-resources. 

The terms and conditions in licensing agreements are generally complicated and are drafted in typical legal and technical languages which is some time difficult to understand.  The proposed seminar will discuss above issues and will provide opportunities to participants to understand above from the experts in the field.   

 

JOINTLY ORGANIZED BY 

Indian Association of Special Libraries and 

Information Centres, (IASLIC), India Ranganathan Research Circle 

Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi National Law University Delhi         

THEMES OF THE SEMINAR 

Managing Digital Resources in Libraries 

Copyright, Access and Fair use: Prevention and Privilege to Academic Community 

Digital Licensing Agreements: What and How 

Content Licensing: Buying and Selling Digital Contents 

Digital Licensing Clauses 

Licensing of E Books 

Software Licensing: Commercial and Open source 

Consortia Licensing Issues 

Issues on New Collaborative Models of Digital Licensing 

Collective Rights Management (CRM) 

There is no registration fee for the Seminar. The registration is open for only 100 participants including Professors, Senior Librarians, Information Specialists from different Universities and Institutions on first come first serve basis. For more details and participation please contact priyarai@nludelhi.ac.in on or before 31st July 2017.  

 

SPONSORS 

Chief Patron: Prof. (Dr.) Ranbir Singh, Vice Chancellor, NLU, Delhi 

Patron:  Prof. (Dr.) G.S. Bajpai, Registrar, NLU, Delhi 

Seminar Director:  Dr. Ramesh C Gaur, University Librarian, JNU, Delhi 

Seminar Organizing Secretary:   Seminar Convenor  

Dr. Priya Rai, Deputy Librarian, NLU, Delhi Dr. Akash Singh, Assistant Librarian, NLU, Delhi 

+91 9210080257 

priyarai@nludlehi.ac.in   
91 9212067743
 akash@nludelhi.ac.in 
Conference Venue: 

National Law University, Delhi, 

Sector-14, Dwark, New Delhi 

www.nludelhi.c.in
For Further details- 

http://nludelhi.ac.in/UploadedImages/6762ee13-b286-4644-a199-a7ff628c53cc.pdf
http://nludelhi.ac.in

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