The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted almost every aspect of our lives, and access to content has been no exception. The sudden closure of physical facilities forced institutions and creators to quickly pivot to making content available online. But inflexible copyright laws limited the ways in which institutions like schools, universities, libraries and museums could provide online services to their users.
The copyright access reforms announced by the Government in August 2020 were designed to address some of these issues. This year, the ADA forum will focus on the idea of ACCESS. How do institutions provide online access to users, and what are the hurdles they face in doing that? We will also be looking to the future of copyright reform, asking ‘what’s next?’
A note about ticketing
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More sessions to be announced shortly!