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 RF & Wireless, Soup to Nuts


Pete Putnam, ROAM Consulting LLC

Pete Putnam holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Seton Hall University, and a Master of Science degree in Television and Film from Syracuse University. He is an InfoComm Senior Academy Instructor for the International Communications Industries Association (ICIA), and was named ICIA’s Educator of the Year for 2008. He is a member of both The Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) and Society for Information Display (SID). Additionally, Pete also holds industry certifications from ICIA (Certified Technology Specialist) and the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF).

CopyWrites: Crafting Successful AV Copyright Policies for Your Institution

Anthony Helm, Dartmouth College

Anthony Helm is Head of Digital Media and Library Technologies in the Dartmouth College Library, where he oversees the Jones Media Center and the Digital Library Technologies. Prior to this position, he served as Director of the Arts & Humanities Resource Center at Dartmouth, and before that was an Academic Technology Coordinator at Clark University and at Minnesota State University – Akita (Japan). He has a particular interest in copyright and fair use and has presented on the issues at both Dartmouth and at Clark University. Anthony holds a B.A. in Television/Radio from Southern Methodist University and an M.A. in Japanese from the University of Texas at Austin.

Jane Hutchison, William Paterson University

Jane Hutchison is the Associate Director of Instruction & Research Technology at William Paterson University.  She is the current chairwoman of the Government Regulations and Public Policy Committee of CCUMC and has been President and Editor in Chief.  Jane is involved in copyright education at William Paterson University and one of the drafters of the current policy for the University.  Jane has been involved with media and copyright for over 38 years.  Recently she conducted a national survey on streaming video in academic libraries with her colleague, deg farrelly from Arizona State University which included questions on copyright and policy.  Jane holds an MLS from the University of North Carolina and a MA in Educational Administration from Montclair State University.

Lindley Shedd, The University of Alabama

Lindley Shedd is the Media Services Coordinator at the University of Alabama Libraries. She runs a unit dedicated to supporting student multimedia production. Responsibilities include working with teaching faculty who are interested in planning course assignments that utilize multimedia tools. Her interest in copyright and fair use is tied to supporting student media production and classroom assignments, as well as broader library concerns related to copyright and fair use.  She also serves on the CCUMC Regulation and Public Policy Committee and is interested in helping others understand how to approach using fair use exemptions and guidelines. Lindley holds an MIS from Indiana University, Bloomington.


Kim Stanton, University of North Texas

Kim Stanton is Head of the Media Library at the University of North Texas.  She oversees the collection development and management of both the physical and the electronic audiovisual materials in the UNT Libraries’ collection.  She is also the subject librarian for the Radio, Television & Film department. She holds an undergraduate degree in Fine Arts and a Master’s degree in Library & Information Science. Kim is an active member of CCUMC, currently serving as Proceedings Editor and chair of the Collection Development Interest Group.  She has also been active with the American Library Association, the Association of Moving Images Archivists and Thin Line Film Festival. She regularly presents on issue related to streaming video collections, copyright and the educational film market.  


 Digital Signage for Technology Managers

 Bill Thomas, InfoComm International

Bill Thomas, CTS-I, is a Staff Instructor for InfoComm International. Bill has more than 20 years of experience in the industry, most recently as Education Programs Director at InfoComm. Bill has served as an Electronics Specialist at Colorado State University, where he installed, maintained and repaired audiovisual systems and equipment in classrooms, conference rooms, labs and distance learning rooms, and as Director of Conference Operations for the Estes Park Conference Center. Bill served on the Board of Governors for InfoComm as Chair of the Technology Managers Council and is an ASTD Master Trainer.