Kyle Courtney wins Knight grant

LLNE member and past president Kyle Courtney has won a Knight grant for his program, “Can I Fair Use It? Crowdsourcing Fair Use Knowledge.”  Kyle is very excited to be working with the Harvard Law Library’s Innovation Lab and argues that libraries should own the fair use issue in the 21st century.  The goal of Kyle’s program is “Enabling people to share information on questions of copyright and fair use by exploring existing gaps and opportunities, and testing a new approach for libraries to connect patrons with subject experts.”  Congratulations Kyle!

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