Top of page

Category: modernization

Benefits of the Copyright Office’s New Online Recordation System

Posted by: Nora Scheland

The U.S. Copyright Office recently launched its brand new online Recordation System. Check out this blog post to learn more about recordation, how the new system fits into the Electronic Copyright System modernization effort, and the module's benefits to users.

The Copyright Office's new warehouse (exterior view)

A New Copyright Office Warehouse–25 Years in the Making

Posted by: Holland Gormley

The following is a guest post by Paul Capel, Supervisory Records Management Section Head. The United States Copyright Office holds the most comprehensive collection of copyright records in the world. The Office has over 200,000 boxes of deposit copies spread among three storage facilities in Landover, Maryland; a contracted space in Pennsylvania; and the National …

Gold foil seal of stylized eagle surrounded by a large letter

The Copyright Office is Modernizing Registration Policy and We Want Your Input!

Posted by: Karyn A. Temple

Ensuring that Copyright Office systems are modernized and work effectively for both creators and users of copyrighted works in the digital age is one of the Copyright Office’s most critical missions. Over the course of the last couple of years, I have encountered a wide variety of creators and other users of our system excited …

Gold foil seal of stylized eagle surrounded by a large letter

Copyright Office Invites Creative Solutions

Posted by: George Thuronyi

The following is a guest post by Frances Carden, technical writer in the Copyright Modernization Office. The buzz around here has been big–you may remember my April post about the establishment of the Copyright Modernization Office (CMO) that directs all modernization initiatives across the U.S. Copyright Office–and it’s getting bigger and bolder. On May 7, …