Copyright and Teaching at Brock: A series of information sessions and workshops for Brock faculty and instructors
Brock's Centre for Pedagocial Innocation (CPI) and the James A. Gibson Library will be offering monthly copyright workshops as part of its ongoing efforts to support Brock Faculty and instructors to help them understand and navigate the copyright issues they face in their teaching and research.
Contracts, Copyright & Confusion: How to Make Sense of Your Book Publishing Contract
When: Monday, November 26, 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Where: TH253 e-classroom
Who: Guest Speaker: Lisa Quinn,
Wilfrid Laurier University Press
Facilitated by: Chabriol Colebatch,
Copyright Coordinator/Legal Advisor
What: This workshop will be invaluable for faculty or students interested in publishing a scholarly text and will focus on:
- What kind of terms you can expect to see in a book publishing contract;
- What terms can surprise authors; and
- What is considered standard and where you may see variation
Come and here an editor from a Canadian university press speak about common contractual concerns such as:
- Do authors have any control over cover art?
- Who is responsible for ensuring copyright permissions are in place for any third party materials?
- What happens if the book goes out of print?
- What does a non-compete clause mean?
About the speaker:
Lisa Quinn has been an acquisitions editor at Wilfrid Laurier University Press since 2006, where she acquires and develops manuscripts in a range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. She holds an MLIS and lectures in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at the University of Western Ontario, where she has taught courses in publishing and media, and the organization of information. She has been a member of the Library Relations Committee for the American Association of University Presses since its inception in 2010.
Co-sponsored by the Library and the Centre for Pedagogical Innovation. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is required.