(This is a revised announcement clarifying the date and time of
the event. Our apologies for any confusion.)
FLICC Meeting Announcement 98-18
The Federal Library and Information Center Committee
Am I a Crook?
Copyright Issues on the Internet
Myths and misinformation about copyright and fair use abound.
Without all the facts, libraries and users can risk lawsuits or
err on the side of caution and not use all the materials
available. Get a timely clarification of copyright issues at this
not-to-be-missed interactive seminar. Participants will:
* Review the rules governing fair use and cyberspace law
* Get trustworthy information from qualified authorities
* Reduce copyright concerns when creating and distributing online
Date Thursday, April 2, 1998
Time 2:30pm - 4:00pm
Place Mary Pickford Theater, 3rd floor, Library
of , Congress, 1st Street and
Independence Avenue, SE, Washington, DC
Metro Capitol South (Orange and Blue lines)
Sponsor Bibliographical Center for Research and
FLICC, broadcast by PBS Adult Learning
Registration $35. Seating is limited. Call FLICC at
(202) 707-4800 to register. Interpreting
services (American Sign Language) will be
provided if requested five (5) business
days in advance of the event.
Or visit FLICC's Web site at
and register online.