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Copyright Issues for Youth Services Librarians

At the 2004 ALA Annual Conference in Orlando, the ALSC, AASL, and YALSA Legislation Committees presented the program "Who Owns Snow White? Copyright Issues for Youth Services Librarians." Copyright expert Carrie Russell, ALA Washington Office, discussed the dos and don'ts for children's and young adult librarians in public and school libraries. Click on the link below to access Carrie's PowerPoint presentation from this program.

Copyright Issues PowerPoint Presentation

PowerPoint copyright information:

Creative Commons Deed License 2004 Carrie Russell
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons, Commons Deed license

PowerPoint presentation on copyright issues for youth services librarians, presented at the ALSC "Who Owns Snow White" conference program held in Orlando, June 2004.