Thursday, April 10, 2008

New Copyright Report from study group (on copyright in digital environment)

This meaty report is worth perusing, with implications for all of us (incl. ILL and digital preservation) if recommendations for legislative change are adopted and enacted.

American Libraries story on it:
"The Section 108 Study Group was co-chaired by Laura N. Gasaway,
associate dean for academic affairs at the University of North Carolina
School of Law, and Richard S. Rudick, former senior vice president and
general counsel of John Wiley and Sons. The Library of Congress acted as
a facilitator for the study group but had no influence over its
ACRL has slated an Onpoint Chat session April 29 on this:

ALA Washington Office Section 108 Website:

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