I’ve always said I don’t know anything about international copyright. Knowing anything about domestic copyright has seemed like quite enough of a challenge for me. But I guess all things must come to an end. So here’s what I know now about international copyright. There’s that Berne Convention you always hear about (full text here).
Last Friday the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals handed down its opinion on the Georgia State (GSU) eReserves Case. The Cambridge University Press et. al. v. Patton ruling (the case’s formal name) sounds pretty dire if you only read the good parts version: they reversed the original District Court decision which library folks had mostly liked quite a
As I mentioned earlier, last week was a busy one in part because I was busy presenting at the Minnesota Library Association’s annual conference last week. It was a blast! The audiences were participatory and I learned a lot from my co-presenters in each presentation. What fun. “The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy: What does
As it turns out, I’ll be presenting at MLA not once but twice this week, so if you’re headed there be sure to stop by and say hi! First I’ll be part of a panel with Jason Paul of St. Olaf and Rachel Weiss of Augustana entitled “The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy: What Does