From the Fresno Bee: Seven Fresno County librarians are fanning out in brand new Toyota Priuses to meet one-on-one with business owners or nonprofits, attend community events and inform the public about free services the library system offers.
Many people dream of owning a bookstore. Mine would have enough books and space for people to explore, but it would be cozy, with nice lighting. It will remain a dream for many reasons, but mine would look pretty much like Dan Iddings’ new store at 5825 Forbes Ave. in Squirrel Hill. Mr. Iddings opened Classic Lines Bookstore six weeks ago in 1,000 square feet formerly used by the Capriccio boutique, which moved farther up Forbes in March. Just a few years ago, Squirrel Hill lost its only booksto
Former PALCI Director Dan Iddings, livin' the dream! Congrats!
Is mass digitization of copyrighted works around the corner160Maybe maybe not.160A panel tackled the question of how mass digitization of copyrighted works might be achieved during the Intellectual Property panel discussion at Practising Law Institutes Communications Law in the Digital Age 2014 Nov. 14 in New York.
What’s Fair about Fair Use?The Battle over E-Reserves at GSU (A) | HLS Case Studies, Educational fair use, copyright, fair use guidelines, electronic reserves, e-reserves, university libraries, university presses, academic publishing, scholarly communication,...
The Boston Library Consortium and the Massachusetts Library System are pleased to announce the Regional Resource Sharing Symposium: Interstate Opportunities. Join your colleagues throughout the Northeast to begin a discussion of interstate collaboration
And here's another resource sharing conference closer to home.