2017-18 UCLA Visiting Speaker Series on Digital Archiving: Legal and Ethical Issues
This speaker series continues with its fourth session. The following speakers will address legal and ethical issues in digital archiving.
Kim Christen, Washington State University
Kenneth D. Crews, Munich Intellectual Property Law Center
David Pierce, National Audio-Visual Conservation Center, United States Library of Congress
Rick Prelinger, Prelinger Archives / University of California, Santa Cruz
FEATURED ROUNDTABLE PARTICIPANTS
Jan-Christopher Horak, UCLA Film & Television Archive
Maureen Russell, UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive
Light refreshments will be served.
This event is organized by the UCLA Digital Archiving Collective, a cross-campus organization with members from UCLA’s Department of Information Studies; Department of Communication Studies; Department of Film, Television, and Digital Media; Center for Digital Humanities; UCLA Film and Television Archive; UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive; UCLA Library and Digital Library Program; UCLA Music Library; Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies; UCLA Asian American Studies Center; UCLA American Indian Studies Center and UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.
Livestream available here.
This event is FREE