Victoria Owen, Information Policy Scholar-Practitioner in the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto, has a background in library administration at the University of Toronto and in special and public libraries, including the CNIB Library for the Blind. Victoria holds a Master’s in Library Science and a Master’s in Law, specializing in intellectual property. Her research and teaching focus is in information policy with an emphasis on copyright, governance, and the public interest. She is the chair of the Canadian Federation of Library Association’s Copyright Committee, and a board member of the World Intellectual Property Organization’s Accessible Book Consortium.