Monday, October 13, 2014

Copyright and Access to Knowledge Issues

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Latest Blogs:

Intellectual Property:

Harvard Law Review Claims Copyright Over Legal Citations; Now Challenged By Public Domain Effort

Adobe is Spying on Users, Collecting Data on Their eBook Libraries

Open Access, Access to Knowledge (A2K) and Scholarly Communication:

Change role of faculty librarians in open access by Iryna Kuchma

Open Access Journal publishing at your institution by Ina Smith

Lessons from Swets : Libraries need subscription security | peer to peer review

A new chapter for the monograph?

The digital future of our stuff: approach with caution

What is the Lyon Declaration?

Traditional Knowledge:

Nagoya Protocol Enters Into Force, Will Be Tested In Months To Come

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