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Negotiating and Managing Digital Licenses 3 – 14 December 2018

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Copyrightlaws.com's Negotiating and Managing Digital Licenses course provides an examination of the art of negotiation for license agreements. It provides you with practical tips and strategies so your licenses reflect the terms and conditions your organization needs. It further helps you to effectively manage multiple digital licenses.

The digital revolution has resulted in an important and sometimes daunting change in the way libraries and other organizations procure, access, share and store information available for their own use and for use by researchers and the public. In the pre-electronic days, you purchased and owned print copies of books and magazines. Now you research online through electronic databases, read e-books, and subscribe to digital journals.

These changes have brought new tasks for many librarians, copyright managers, content owners, publishers and other nonlawyers negotiating and interpreting legal agreements.

This eTutorial is part of a series of three eTutorials that comprise our Certificate in Digital LIcensing. These courses address the information and skills you need to understand, interpret and negotiate licensing agreements tailored to your organization's specific needs. The other two courses, also scheduled in Fall 2018, are:

Enroll in all three courses in 2018 and you’ll be invited (for no extra fee) to join the Certificate in Licensing Digital Content, which includes online discussions, tools to help you navigate your licenses, networking opportunities with other licensing professionals, and a certificate of completion.

Email us for more information about the Certificate in Licensing Digital Content.

See our course calendar for these and other copyright courses.

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