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The Law and Accessible Texts: Reconciling Copyrights and Civil Rights - Use this Zoom Invite to Join! - Shared screen with speaker view
Carla Myers
36:27
Thanks for being here today everyone!
Carla Myers
36:55
Please post your questions in the chat. I will share them with our presenter.
johnav
57:12
Could you provide examples of authorized entities?
Christina Bonner
01:03:07
Protection for creating and remediating digital repository under fair use IF repository includes accessible digital objects, right?
johnav
01:04:15
How do you think the current lawsuit against Internet Archive might effect this caselaw?
Sue Kunda
01:04:22
Does this mean blind patrons can access the items in the Haithi Trust no matter their institutional affiliation? If so, how do they access them?
Timothy Vollmer (he/him)
01:05:01
I think this is the paper Brandon mentioned, right? https://www.arl.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/2019.07.15-white-paper-law-and-accessible-texts.pdf
Sally Quiroz
01:05:13
Is there a databases or a system in place to share already accessible copies to eligible students? Way I can provide what I have made accessible or receive accessible copies from other institutions?
Andy Andrews
01:05:47
+1 to Sue's question. Does this allow for faculty with a print disabilities?
Katie Zimmerman
01:05:55
Can you talk about eligibility requirements on the recipients? I see a lot of confusion around who can receive copies, whether you have to have an ADA-qualified disability, for example.
Jonah
01:07:21
Can you go back over the DMCA exemptions, and perhaps talk about the implications of the DMCA rule making in relation to the marrakesh treaty.
Jonah
01:08:09
I don't believe that people not affiliated with Hathi Members are able to access accessible texts: Accessible Text Request ServiceHathiTrust offers an Accessible Text Request Service to users who are affiliated with our member universities or libraries. Through this service, users who are blind or print disabled can request copies of copyrighted books, which are listed as "limited (search-only)" in the HathiTrust Digital Library Collection. HathiTrust member libraries have to set up this service, and requests for copyrighted books should be made to the staff member who is listed as a contact at your university or library.Accessible Text Request Service: determine if you are eligible for this service and find out how to take advantage of itAccessible Text Request Service Configuration: how staff at member universities or libraries can sign up to provide this service to their patrons
Jonah
01:08:11
https://www.hathitrust.org/accessibility
Faye C
01:11:13
Do you have more information on the grant you're working on that we can see?
Sally Quiroz
01:11:21
Yes I would believe it!!!
Sue Kunda
01:13:42
Until there is a repository, though, can individual Disability Offices save their accessible texts in their own “repository” so they don’t have to create them over and over again?
Davita DesRoches (she/her)
01:14:12
In terms of the book famines, how do works in translation (i.e. a classic text not in English) intersect with copyright? So if a publisher releases three different translations of the same text, do these texts have individual copyright protections? And how do you stay on top of the accessibility of these texts when publisher proliferate new translations but do not make them accessible?
Susan K Kendall
01:14:24
The Chaffee Amendment seems to focus on textual material and maybe recordings, but what about images and graphic materials? Graphic works seem to have special copyright protection, but we have color blind students and so forth needing help with images.
Andy Andrews
01:18:38
Access Text
Maryam Fakouri
01:23:13
Thank you all!
Christina Bonner
01:23:17
Thank you very much!
Faye C
01:23:21
Thank you!!!
Karen Grondin
01:23:25
Thank you!!!
Sally Quiroz
01:23:33
Thank you very much!
Timothy Vollmer (he/him)
01:23:33
Thank you
Davita DesRoches (she/her)
01:23:36
Thank you!
johnav
01:23:37
Thanks very mch!
Rebecca Quintus
01:23:39
Thank you!
Brandon Butler
01:23:44
And yes, Tim, that’s it!
Rachel Bridgewater (she/her)
01:23:45
Thanks!