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.” ┬áKyle 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. ┬áThe 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.” ┬áCongratulations Kyle!

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