Tag Archive for 'e-motion'

Issue Brief on GSU E-Reserves Case Now Available

ARL has released an issue brief about the recent US Court of Appeals decision in the Georgia State University (GSU) case concerning the use of excerpts of academic books for electronic course reserves. The issue brief, “Fair Use Decision Making Post–Georgia State,” summarizes the Eleventh Circuit’s opinion and what the […]

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ALCTS Webinar: Electronic Resources Workflows and Tools

Date: October 23, 2013 All webinars are one hour in length and begin at 11am Pacific, noon Mountain, 1pm Central, and 2pm Eastern time.   Description: This webinar will cover key points to consider, tools, and workflow options in managing electronic resources. Most libraries use multiple tools and approaches to […]

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NASIG Board approved and adopted “Core Competencies of Electronic Resources Librarians”

Read this NASIG announcement here.

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ACD E-Resource Guide Now Available in Chinese!

Dear Colleagues, After the Russian, French, Arabic, Polish, Spanish and Bulgarian versions, we are now proud to introduce the Chinese version: access the Chinese translation here. And we are especially happy to be able to do so just a few days before IFLA WLIC takes place in beloved Asia and […]

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Teaching Us to Read Again

Read this stimulating Digital Reader article here.  

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The Reading Brain in the Digital Age

Paper versus digital: read this interesting Scientific American article here.

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Heard About Digital Emotions?

Read our LoC colleagues comments here.

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