On July 30, 2021, the Supreme Court of Canada brought an end to one of the longest-running copyright sagas in recent memory when it rendered its judgement in the York University v. Access Copyright case. The case capped the debate around the rights and limits of educational institutions who are reproducing copyrighted material for student use using the “fair dealing” exception as outlined in the Canadian Copyright Act and Supreme Court cases such as CCH v. LSUC.
Super Conference 2014 is “A Universe of Possibilities,” happening January 29 to February 1, 2014.
The Ontario Library Association invites you to submit a proposal for the annual conference which draws delegates from public, academic, school, government, health, and special libraries of all types.
Proposals will be accepted through an online form, and must be received by midnight on May 17, 2013. They will be evaluated as they are received, so you are strongly encouraged to send in your submissions well in advance of the deadline.
For more information and the online submission form, please visit the OLA Super Conference 2014 webpage.
The planning committee meets April 10, May 21, and June 19 to discuss, review, and determine the sessions that will be invited to be part of the 2014 conference. All submitters will be contacted between June 20th and July 15, 2013. Questions may be addressed to email@example.com.