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Conference presentation at 2016 ABC Copyright Conference, May 27. Digitizing and sharing materials online makes our cultural heritage more accessible, supporting the dissemination of knowledge and the public good. Navigating related copyright issues, however, can weigh heavily on the...
The University of Alberta Libraries is working with the Internet Archive and other partners to digitize Government of Alberta publications weeded by Library and Archives Canada. Additionally, scholars are trying to identify what web content has been - and continues to be - weeded by Government of...
Access to government information in Canada is changing. This session provided a brief overview of new policies and initiatives that impact the way information professionals access government documents and publications in Canada. Topics included the Depository Services Program's move away from...
Enthusiasm for digitization hides the complexity of processes involved and the significance of the cultural changes achieved in our time. Itʹs worth examining again the ways in which we usually see the digital, often considered as an interruption of the continuous flow into discrete intervals....
The Nosotros television programme has existed in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) since 1982 and has been broadcasting hour-long shows on Shaw Television. The programme, founded by Lito Azócar, represents the views, history and memory of local Latin American communities in Alberta. In keeping with its...
Digitization opens wide the door to improved accessibility of published materials while, at the same time, prompting questions and concerns around copyright, ownership, and the public good. In an engaging and enlightening manner, this session will look at the pros and cons of several...
The Changing Work Routines and Labour Practices of Sports Journalists in the Digital Era: A Case Study of PostmediaDownload
The Canadian newspaper industry is changing rapidly, as convergence, concentration and digitization have eroded the daily newspaper’s once prominent place in the media hierarchy, to a position that is increasingly marginalized by expanding digital news sources. Daily newspaper’s sports coverage...