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  • Digital Deposit, Good for All: Vision, Myths, Reality
    As you know, Depository Library Council (DLC) recommended the creation of a working group to explore digital deposit and there was a session on digital deposit at the 2019 Spring Virtual Meeting of the DLC: Digital Deposit A Value Proposition, [slides, PDF]. Depository Library Council, 2019 Spring Virtual Meeting (April ...
    Source: Free Government InformationPublished on 2019-05-22By James A Jacobs
  • DOAB Foundation: toward a European label for academic books in open access
    OAPEN Foundation (Netherlands) and OpenEdition (France) are pleased to announce the creation of DOAB Foundation as a joint venture between the two partners. The mission of the new foundation is to provide an independent and trustworthy Directory of Open Access Books to the academic community and the general public. ...
    Source: Open Electronic PublishingPublished on 2019-05-21By OpenEdition team
  • EDGI releases 2019 annual report
    The Environmental Data & Governance Initiative (EDGI) has just released its 2019 annual report. Check out what they’ve been doing over the past year in terms of archiving data, environmental data justice, interviewing and policy project, and website monitoring. props to EDGI for a year well-worked! From the report… EDGI’s ...
    Source: Free Government InformationPublished on 2019-05-20By James R. Jacobs
  • Libraries’ guide to the 2020 census
    The American Library Association (ALA) has teamed up with the Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality to develop the Libraries’ guide to the 2020 census to prepare libraries for the decennial count of every person living in the United States. The Guide contains practical information to assist library staff in ...
    Source: Free Government InformationPublished on 2019-05-20By James R. Jacobs
  • Customer feedback survey among all users of our platforms
    © Oatawa The OpenEdition and Huma-Num teams are currently conducting a customer feedback survey among all users of their platforms. To improve the various services we provide and to better meet your expectations, we would be grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete this questionnaire (about 10 ...
    Source: Open Electronic PublishingPublished on 2019-05-16By OpenEdition Team
  • Meet CC: The 2019 Creative Commons Global Summit Scholarships
    Every year, Creative Commons invites community members from around the world to join us at our Global Summit. It is crucial that we come together as a community, celebrate each other, light up ...
    Source: Creative CommonsPublished on 2019-05-08By Jennie Rose Halperin
  • Doing the Rounds: Open Access Workshops for Horizon 2020 Projects.
    Last year, our open science team became aware of concerns regards open access compliance in our local Horizon 2020 projects. Our researchers, it seemed, needed help to ensure that their research results were published in accordance with the EU’s Model Grant Agreement that they had signed. We met with ...
    Source: A Hacker’s ViewPublished on 2019-05-01By Andrea Hacker
  • CC Search is out of beta with 300M images and easier attribution
    Today CC Search comes out of beta, with over 300 million images indexed from multiple collections, a major redesign, and faster, more relevant search. It’s the result of a huge amount of work from the engineering team at Creative Commons and our community of volunteer developers.
    Source: Creative CommonsPublished on 2019-04-30By Jane Park
  • Faculty Council reexamines lost intellectual property rights policy; The Ithacan, April 24, 2019
    Ashley Stalnecker, The Ithacan; Faculty Council reexamines lost intellectual property rights policy"Peter Rothbart, professor in the Department of Music Theory, History and Composition, said that when he was the chair of the Faculty Council before Swensen took over the position in Fall 2016, the Intellectual Property Policy Committee extensively researched documents from other ...
    Source: Intellectual Property and “Open” Movements BlogPublished on 2019-04-25By Kip Currier, PhD, JD
  • Peloton owners are pissed about bad music after copyright lawsuit; The Verge, April 24, 2019
    Natt Auran, The Verge; Peloton owners are pissed about bad music after copyright lawsuit"The changes in music selections resulted from a lawsuit Peloton faced last month, when the company was sued by members of the National Music Publishers Association (NMPA) for failing to obtain a sync license to use some labels’ musical work ...
    Source: Intellectual Property and “Open” Movements BlogPublished on 2019-04-25By Kip Currier, PhD, JD