Speaker: Joy Kirchner
The aim of these sessions is to provide educators and researchers with an understanding of use permissions for copyrighted materials and licensed material for classroom, research and instructional use; an understanding of author’s rights in this context and an explanation of how open access and other open scholarship models can be a solution for your classroom needs.
Joy Kirchner is the Scholarly Communications Coordinator at University of British Columbia, a role which involves identifying recommended and sustainable service models to support scholarly communication activities on the campus. Joy is a member of UBC’s Copyright Advisory Group and a member of the Provost’s campus-wide Scholarly Communications Steering Committee. She is the point person for open access, copyright and author rights queries on campus and is responsible for formalized discussion and education of these issues with faculty, research and publishing constituencies on the UBC campus. Joy writes and presents widely on author rights, copyright and open access. She also sits on a number of publishing advisory boards, is a faculty member with the ARL/ACRL/ Institute for Scholarly Communication and is a Visiting Program Officer for the Association of College and Research Libraries(ACRL) where she provides coordination for ACRL’s Scholarly Communications 101 workshop program.