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Outfind.ca is Olivier Charbonneau’s other blog, dedicated to his work as a librarian at Concordia University. His primary blog, www.culturelibre.ca, deals with his research interests, namely interactions between the law and the digital world.


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As an Associate Librarian at Concordia University, Olivier Charbonneau is primarily interested in copyright issues as well as questions of open access and Web 2.0. He is a doctoral student at the Faculté de droit, Université de Montréal. He has over 15 years of professional involvement in library and cultural communities. He holds two masters degrees from Université de Montréal, one in information sciences and another in law, as well as an undergraduate degree in commerce from McGill University. He has kept a research blog since 2005 in French at www.culturelibre.ca and a work blog since 2011 in English at OutFind.ca.

Olivier Charbonneau can be reached by email at: o.charbonneauPASDESPAM@concordia.ca (remove “PASDESPAM” ).

Please visit Olivier Charbonneau’s page on SPECTRUM, Concordia University’s institutional repository, to access his publications.

You can also visit Olivier Charbonneau’s YouTube Channel called “Culturelibre” where he posts a mix of lectures, training videos on researching business information and some other stuff.

Olivier Charbonneau’s doctoral studies in law at Université de Montréal attempts to understand the role of limitations and exceptions to copyright with regards to access and use contracts. He is interested in the emergence of legal modalities to access and use digital culture, knowledge or informational goods, such as ebooks, scientific or governmental documentation as well as content distributed freely on the Internet.

Updated the February 2, 2016 at 9:16 pm.