Ann Ludbrook

Copyright and Scholarly Engagement Librarian (Intellectual Property Law; Indigenous law; Open education; Library science (librarianship))

Toronto Metropolitan University, Toronto

Ann Ludbrook is the Copyright and Scholarly Engagement Librarian at Toronto Metropolitan University, Toronto formerly Ryerson University. Ann holds a Master's in Library and Information Science from the University of Western Ontario. Her interests include Copyright, Open Access, Open Education.

Publications

  • Copyright Update: 2015
  • Signing Away Fair Dealing: Why it's more important than ever to negotiate e-resource licenses that work for libraries and our users
  • From Fair Dealing to Fair Use: How Universities Have Adapted to the Changing Copyright Landscape in Canada
  • Blurred Lines: How Electronic Reserves Services are Breaking Down the Barriers Between Content and the Classroom
  • 10% or 6 Factors? Looking beyond the Numbers in Educational Fair Dealing Guidelines
  • E-Reserve's Transformation: What it takes to become innovative
  • Under Construction: Best Practices for Educating Users about Copyright
  • Canada’s e-book withdrawal: Digital rights management and the Canadian electronic library A Ludbrook Feliciter 59 (1), 18-20
  • Open Educational Resources: Options & Opportunities for Consortial Solutions
  • Open Education Grants
  • Engaging Respectfully with Indigenous Knowledges: Copyright, Customary Law, and Cultural Memory Institutions in Canada
  • Understanding “Large and Liberal” in the Context of Higher Education
  • Canadian Copyright Law: Rarely Pure and Never Simple A Ludbrook, S Spong, M Swartz, G Slaght Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World

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Co-workers & collaborators

Sally Wilson

Web Services Librarian - Toronto Metropolitan University, Toronto, Canada

Sally Wilson

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