Copyright Consultation Services
Have Copyright Questions? Ask Laura!
Copyright and Information Policy Librarian Laura Quilter will hold office hours in the Teaching Commons WEEKLY:
Wednesday, 10 AM-NOON
During office hours, faculty can drop in to discuss ongoing copyright issues and concerns effecting curriculum design, digital content selection and authoring (just to name a few).
Laura Quilter earned her law degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and her library degree from the University of Kentucky.
She teaches at Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science, and has taught at the UC Berkeley School of Law's Samuelson Law, Technology and Public Policy Clinic. Her legal and research practice has focused on human rights and public interest concerns within copyright law specifically and information and technology law more broadly.
Her research interests may be broadly stated as human rights and civil liberties within information law and policy, including privacy, access to knowledge, and intellectual freedom. She is currently working on a project relating to termination of copyright assignments, and another on balanced copyright curriculum.
For questions about copyright, fair use, or other information policy issues contact Laura Quilter, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 413-545-6947.
Last Edited: 24 January 2014