The SCAA's education program is an important part of our
mandate. Workshop topics have
included copyright, arrangement and description of archival holdings,
digitization for archives, managing audio-visual records, the preservation of
historic photographs, the preservation of optical and magnetic media
(modern information carriers), and public awareness for archives. An introduction to archives workshop is offered annually. See our list of previous workshops
Copyright and Archives
January 13, 2016, 9:00 am
to 4:30 pm
Room 610 Dr. John Archer Library
University of Regina
The Saskatchewan Council for Archives and Archivists is
pleased to present the following workshop:
Canada’s Copyright Act attempts to provide a fair balance
between the rights of the creators of works and the needs of users. That
balance is being tested by digital technologies that make it easy to copy and
use others' work without their knowledge or permission.
This one-day workshop will provide an overview of the
Canadian Copyright Act (including the recent amendments) and related case law
of particular relevance to archives, museums, and libraries that hold
collections of historical materials. Through lecture, examples, discussion, and
handouts, this workshop explains how copyright law works and presents the copyright rules related to the following topics: criteria for copyright
protection, ownership and duration of copyright, the respective rights of
copyright owners and users of protected works, international copyright, and how
to analyze a copyright question.
Librarians, archivists, museum curators, and information
managers responsible for managing and administering copyright in their organizations,
as well as researchers and other users of copyrighted content.
This includes two coffee breaks, but lunch will not be
provided and on your own. UofR campus-map.pdf
Purchase an SCAA membership for $25 and get the member rate
by clicking here http://scaa.usask.ca/membership/benefits.html.
A reminder that SCAA members are eligible for funding under
Professional Development and Travel Subsidy Program, see http://scaa.sk.ca/services/grants/pd-travel.html
Maximum Attendees: 20
Registration Deadlines: January 11, 2016Instructor: Dr. Jean
Jean Dryden’s expertise in copyright has been developed over
many years of experience as an archivist. As Chair of the Bureau of Canadian
Archivists Copyright Committee, she played a lead role in successful lobbying
for exceptions for libraries, archives and museums during the discussions
leading to the 1997 amendments to the Copyright Act. Her doctoral dissertation
(Toronto, 2008) investigated the copyright practices of Canadian archival
repositories in making their holdings available online. From 2008-2011, she
taught at the College of Information Studies at the University of Maryland,
where she was the principal investigator for a comparative research study that
examined the copyright practices of American archival repositories and their
impact on users. She is the author of Demystifying Copyright: A Researcher’s
Guide to Copyright in Canadian Libraries and Archives (2014). She teaches
copyright courses for the School of Continuing Studies at the University of
Toronto and for the Society of American Archivists. Most recently she has
completed a LLM degree, specializing in Intellectual Property, at Osgoode Hall
Law School at York University.
Introduction to Basic Archives workshop
The SCAA is pleased to offer "Basic Archives" workshops. Currently we are asking if there is any interest in "Basic Archives" workshops to be held in Regina. Dates will be determined by the
level of interest. Though it is open to all and registration is FREE,
participation is limited to the accommodations available. Also, as it is
a FREE workshop, handouts are limited to 10 participants and lunch will be on your own.
This workshop is structured for a novice or someone looking for a refresher and would include:
- What are Archives?
- Archival Institutions and the Role of the Archivist
- Fundamental Principles of Archives
- Appraisal and Acquisition
- Arrangement and Description
- Making Archives Available
- Preservation and the Digital World
A "Basics" workshop was recently held on April 29 in Esterhazy
Previous 2015-16 workshops and presentations:
- Workshop: Introduction to Basic Archives (Cameron Hart, SCAA Archive Advisor) Monday October 5 in Saskatoon, at the Saskatoon Public Library.
- Workshop: Introduction to Basic Archives (Cameron Hart, SCAA Archive Advisor) Wednesday April 29 in Esterhazy, at the Esterhazy Community Museum.
- Presentation: SaskCulture Diversity Planning Program (Dean Kush, SaskCulture, Assistant General Manager) Wednesday June 10 in Regina
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2016-17 Institutional Grant Program
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The Grants Committee wishes to thank all who submitted to the Institutional Grant Program (IGP) with projects for the 2016-17 year. See the Institutional Grants webpage for additional information.