Mark Swartz

Copyright Specialist
Copyright, Online Course Development, Web Design, Technology, Open Access, Open Educational Resources, Scholarly Publishing
Bachelor of Arts (History and Communications Studies), Bachelor of Education (Junior, Intermediate, Senior), Master of Information Studies

Queen’s University

  • Teaching and Learning Working Group
  • Academic Integrity Working Group
  • OnQ Advisory Group
  • Scholarly Communications Working Group
  • Copyright Advisory Working Group
  • Video Streaming Working Group
  • Senate Academic Planning Task Force on Virtualization and Online Learning
  • E-Reserve Implementation Group
  • Library Brand Idea Project Group
  • E-Course Support Working Group
  • Member of Information Services and Instruction Functional Team

 

External to Queen’s University

  • CARL Copyright Group
  • Kingston Youth Shelter Board of Directors
  • OLA Copyright User Group
  • Accessible Content E-Portal Pilot Project Group
  • OCUL E-Textbook Working Group
  • Advocating for fair dealing. CLA 2016 Forum and Trade Show. Ottawa, Ontario. June 2016.
  • Hack the act. ABC Copyright Conference. Halifax, Ontario. May 2016.
  • 10 Things to know about copyright. OLA Superconference. Toronto, Ontario. January 2016.
  • Copyright and 3D printing. OLA Fall Copyright Symposium. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario. December 2015.
  • Library Services for All: Serving People with Print Disabilities. CLA Conference. Ottawa, Ontario. June 2015.
  • AODA and copyright: paper cuts and paper trails. OLA Superconference. Toronto, Ontario. January 2015.
  • Copyright considerations for local digitization projects. OLA Fall Copyright Symposium. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario. November 2014.
  • Canadian copyright: from theory to practice. OLA Superconference. Toronto, Ontario. January 2014.
  • Beyond books: practical copyright solutions for dealing with non-text formats. OLA Superconference. Toronto, Ontario. January 2014.
  • Is the dust settling? A panel discussion in celebration of the publication of Murray & Trosow: Canadian Copyright: A Citizen’s Guide, 2nd Edition. Queen’s University. Kingston, Ontario. January 2014.
  • Copyright, licensing and the electronic resources that we provide through our Libraries. OLA Fall Copyright Symposium. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario. November 2013.
  • Signing away fair dealing? Why it’s more important than ever to negotiate e-resource licenses that work for libraries and our users. ABC Copyright Conference. University of Saskatchewan. Regina, Saskatchewan. June 2013.
  • Digital locks and Canadian research libraries: so what?. CLA 2013 National Conference and Trade Show. Winnipeg, Manitoba. May-June 2013.
  • Open scholarship: a panel discussion of issues & ideas. Open Access Week. Queen’s University. Kingston, Ontario. October 2012.
  • Publicly Accessible Material on the Internet/Digital Locks. Bill C-11 Information Forum. Ryerson University. Toronto, Ontario. August 2012.
  • Under construction: best practices in educating users about copyright. ABC Copyright Conference. University of Ottawa. Ottawa, Ontario. June 2012.
  • Innovation, tradition and a Cree cultural center in Wemindji, James Bay, Québec”. Taking Stock Museum Studies Conference. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario. April, 2010.
  • Article. "Making User Rights Clear: Adding e-resource License Information in Library Systems". The Code4Lib Journal. Issue 29, 2015-07-15.
  • Poster. Blurred Lines: how electronic reserves services are breaking down the barriers between content and the classroom . CLA Conference. June 2014.
  • Guest Editor and Author. Digital rights management . Feliciter Magazine. Vol. 59, No. 1. February 2013.
    • Guest Editorial. Shifting tides: How the re-emergence of DRM impacts libraries .
    • Author. Digital locks and Canadian research library collections: implications for scholarship, accessibility, and preservation .
  • Course revision. Integration of information & computer technology specialist . Continuing Teacher Education, Queen’s University. June 2011.

Contact

Copyright Advisory Office, Office of the University Librarian, 129 Stauffer Library 101 Union Street
Queen's University Kingston, Ontario, K7L 3N6
(613) 533-6000 x78510