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Managing Author Rights: A Faculty Workshop

What do you do when your editor sends you a publishing agreement? Should you just sign on the dotted line, or negotiate better terms? 

Lauinger Library is pleased to offer a special faculty workshop on author rights on January 23 at 11 a.m. in the Murray Room, Lauinger 5th Floor. Join us and take a closer look at sample publishing agreements, consider the implications for your work, and learn how you can do more to promote your scholarship worldwide.

The presenters are:

  • Rebecca L. Tushnet, Professor of Law at Georgetown Law School, and specialist on copyright and intellectual property
  • Roger V. Skalbeck, Associate Law Librarian for Electronic Resources, Georgetown University Law Library & Adjunct Professor of Law    
  • Mark Muehlhaeusler, Director of Copyright and Rights Management, Georgetown University Library

RSVP to mpm97@georgetown.edu.