Copyright Camp is a summer event that takes a light-hearted approach to copyright education. It has taken various forms over the years. Information about past Copyright Camps is outlined below.
July 14, 2017
- Introductory Workshop with Ana Enriquez
- Discussion Group with Justin Bonfiglio
- Discussion of Eldred v. Ashcroft
- Interview with Mark Rifkin by Susan M. Kornfield
July 19, 2016
Keynote: Katherine Spelman in conversation with Melissa Levine
Pre-camp presentation: Ana Enriquez, “Copyright Basics”
June 20, 2013
Keynote: Michael W. Carroll, “Who Owns Research Data and Who Cares?”
Copyright Camp 2013 was cosponsored by Advanced Research Computing at U-M (ARC), the Open.Michigan initiative in the Office of Enabling Technologies at the Medical School, the Office of Research and Sponsored Projects, Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), and Information and Technology Services (ITS).
July 29, 2011
Keynote: Deborah Wythe, “Two Projects, Two Soapboxes”
Copyright Camp 2011 was cosponsored by Open.Michigan. Deborah Wythe gave the keynote presentation, speaking about why the Brooklyn Museum of Art adopted Creative Commons licenses for images of many artworks in its collections, what that has meant for them, and how they did it. There were also small group discussions as well as an “Open Content Roadshow,” at which attendees could have content examined by a panel of open license experts.
July 30, 2010
Keynote: Jessica Litman, “Readers’ Copyright”