So, Google won another round in the fair use battle, now what? Google has been forging the way for the digitization of books for just over a decade now, with little victory steps along the way as they have climbed Continue reading Google Wins Again!
When I was thinking about what I would write about for today’s blog post I had planned to do something about the Internet Archive, public domain and derivative works. I was inspired by a really interesting blog post by the actor / Continue reading Of Ambient Music and Cyber Security
flickr user nirak In the late 60’s, Stewart Brown posited that information wants to be expensive and free at the same time. That the tension between these competing desires will not go away, they will always fight one another. This continues Continue reading Information wants to be expensive.
Hi! I’m Pete Ramsey, one of the Reference and Instruction librarians at Langsdale Library, and I also teach the Information Literacy (IDIS 110) course in first-year student learning communities. Self-Recycling My IDIS 110 course includes a rather detailed discussion of Continue reading Self-recycling FTW!
Hi! I’m Pete Ramsey, one of the Reference and Instruction librarians at Langsdale Library, and I also teach the Information Literacy (IDIS 110) course in first-year student learning communities. In my course, I like to include a segment where students Continue reading Open Data Applications
Confused about what’s fair in love, war and using multimedia? A recent blog post in the Chronicle of Higher Education reports on a new article providing students with guidelines for educational uses of multimedia. The authors, professors of communication and Continue reading New article on copyright