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CopyTalk: Helping Authors Get Rights Back Through Termination of Transfers (Shared screen with speaker view)
crussell@alawash.org
05:34
Hello. Is anyone in the webinar yet. It is early
crussell@alawash.org
05:56
we officially start at 2pm Eastern
Robin Sinn
59:11
How do I mute myself?
crussell@alawash.org
01:00:07
Copyright Legislation Education and Advocacy Network (CLEAN)
crussell@alawash.org
01:00:28
librarycopyright.net
crussell@alawash.org
01:00:58
Tell your friends!
Unknown Speaker
01:02:10 pnewell:Please post your questions here during the presentation; I will collect/combine them for the Q&A session at the end of the presentation.
Unknown Speaker
01:02:23 pnewell:Copies of the slides will appear on the archive, with a recording of the presentation, in a few days.
crussell@alawash.org
01:02:31
AA was founded during the Google Book Settlement era
Emilie Algenio
01:03:00
https://www.authorsalliance.org/
pnewell
01:03:30
Thanks, Emilie!
Emilie Algenio
01:05:52
https://search.creativecommons.org/
pnewell
01:06:29
You're killing it, Emilie! Much appreciated!
pnewell
01:09:02
Please post your questions here during the presentation; I will collect/combine them for the Q&A session at the end of the presentation.
fern5292
01:15:54
As an author who has not yet published, I would be thrilled if a agent would take me on and I do not have any leverage otherwise at this point. This discussion seems to be on the opposite issue. Do you suggest not getting an agent in the first place or arranging a more generous contract to start, or...? In other words, I am looking at this apriori. Is there any advice for generating contracts in the first place?
pnewell
01:16:49
Thanks for the question. I'll ask during the Q&A.
pnewell
01:18:11
rightsback.org
Unknown Speaker
01:23:16 pnewell:Good question, Curtis. I'll ask!
dianepeters
01:23:18
Yes, the ToT rights are inalienable. Regardless of what the contract with the publisher states.
pnewell
01:23:29
Any burning questions or issues that you'd like our presenter to answer/discuss? Now is the time to post them.
andree.j.rathemacher
01:23:45
How many authors have successfully used this tool? Do they know?
Erika
01:24:12
@fern5292: That’s a great question! We at Authors Alliance are releasing a Guide to Book Publication Contracts for authors later this fall — Brianna can provide more details at the end of the presentation.
pnewell
01:25:29
I'll ask, Andree!
pnewell
01:27:57
I'll ask, Taylor and agilbert!
pnewell
01:29:53
Hmmmm....I'll ask.
pnewell
01:32:03
authorsalliance.org/resources/termination-of-transfer (URL may be wonky - not sure I got it right; please post a correct URL if you find one).
pnewell
01:32:21
Thanks, Justin!
pnewell
01:33:02
labs.creativecommons.org/reversionary-rights/
pnewell
01:33:36
Any last-minute burning questions or issues that you'd like our presenters to answer/discuss? Now is the time to post them.
pnewell
01:34:40
Thanks for the question. I'll ask.
pnewell
01:36:05
Wow. I'll ask. This has potential.....
pnewell
01:37:09
Hmmm. Sounds like a contention of different types of law. I'll ask.
pnewell
01:37:45
I'll ask, Claudia.
Emilie Algenio
01:38:38
https://labs.creativecommons.org/reversionary-rights/country/south-africa/
pnewell
01:40:10
I'll ask, Taylor, Claudia, and E Diane!
dinkins
01:46:48
Regarding your webpage on tracking down digital copies…. might want to mention pre-print servers like arxiv.org, etc…
crussell@alawash.org
01:47:29
Interesting!
Emilie Algenio
01:59:44
Thank you!
crussell@alawash.org
01:59:45
Wow that was great!!
Sam Simas
01:59:56
Thank you for the presentation
dinkins
02:00:02
Thanks!
Kara
02:00:11
Thank you!
Julie Rustad
02:00:26
Thank you for the presentation and the great information!
Emilie Algenio
02:00:48
It did
Emilie Algenio
02:01:21
We're librarians, we know how to find you :-)
Emilie Algenio
02:02:15
Yay