Meet & Greet William Cross at the Salmon Library [Distinguished Speaker Series] March 1. 2pm. Salmon Library Art Gallery. Stop by for a chat and a snack with William Cross. Are you a researcher or an artist who is interested in how intellectual property law will impact your publication or your use of other people's publications? Interested in the future of IP Law and Open Access? Want to ask questions about one of his talks or articles? Just want to meet him? Drop in and ask questions! Speaker Bio: William M. Cross is the Director of the Copyright and Digital Scholarship Center at North Carolina State University where he provides guidance to campus stakeholders on legal issues and open access to scholarship, data, and educational resources. Will serves as an instructor in the UNC School of Information & Library Science and lectures nationally on copyright, free expression, and open culture. Recent presentations have included a daylong workshop on legal issue at the Charleston Conference and webinars for the ACRL’s Intersections of Scholarly Communication and Information Literacy Series and ALCTS Continuing Education series, as well as presenting the Opening Remarks at the 2016 Scholarly Communications Institute. Will has been quoted in publications such as The Chronicle of Higher Education, Library Journal, and Techdirt and publishes regularly on topics ranging from the pedagogy of legal education for librarians to the First Amendment status of video games.