North American Serials Interest Group
Because copyright law is notoriously difficult to interpret, Janice Krueger's program on this topic drew a large and engaged crowd. Krueger, the Electronic Resources and Serials Librarian at the University of the Pacific, became interested in copyright when her institution implemented an openURL-enabled linking service and she began to wonder what kind of implications the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) might have for open linking. Krueger began the program with a broad overview of how the Copyright statutes of the U.S. Code (Title 17) govern many of the day to day activities of any library.
Duncan, J. (2003) “NASIG Conference Report: Copyright Law—Fact or Fiction?” NASIG Newsletter18(3): 30-31.