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2005–2009

New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe [agenda]

Agenda for the September 2006 workshop at the National Science Foundation.

pdf nsfworkshop2006-nsfagenda.pdf

 
 

Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Workshop Proposal

Project proposal for an NSF workshop to engage stakeholders in planning for a national digital data framework.

pdf nsfworkshop2006-proposal.pdf

 
 

New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Position Paper by Frank Rack

Comments by Frank Rack—formerly Director, Ocean Drilling Programs, Joint Oceanographic Institutions; currently, Executive Director, ANDRILL (Antarctic geological Drilling) Program for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

pdf nsfworkshop2006-rack.pdf

 
 

New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Position Paper by Mark Sandler

Sandler identifies three issues in the future of data curation: archiving, aggregation, and transparency for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

pdf nsfworkshop2006-sandler.pdf

 
 

New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Position Paper by MacKenzie Smith

Smith identifies two aspects of scientific and engineering data that relate to academic libraries: data as primary source material available for further research and experimentation, using particular datasets or groups of datasets; and data as part of "enhanced publications" that form the basis of modern, digital scholarly communication for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

pdf nsfworkshop2006-smith.pdf

 
 

New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Position Paper by Eric F. Van de Velde

Position paper on data preservation as an essential part of research projects for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

pdf nsfworkshop2006-vandevelde.pdf

 
 

New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Position Paper by Todd Vision

Position paper discusses the roles of scientific publishers and libraries, the value of raw data, and the burden of metadata curation for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

pdf nsfworkshop2006-vision.pdf

 
 

New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe: Issues in Digital Data Curation Leading Us to the Need for New Partnerships

Walters identifies three issues effecting the growth and future of digital data curation: 1) Culture and policy frameworks; 2) Technology integration and data curation tools; and 3) Economic sustainability of our partnership and consortial models for the September 2006 ARL Workshop on New Collaborative Relationships: The Role of Academic Libraries in the Digital Data Universe held at the National Science Foundation.

pdf nsfworkshop2006-walters.pdf

 
 

Letter to House Committee on the Judiciary re: USA Patriot Amendments Act, H.R. 3845 (Oct. 29, 2009)

pdf lt-coalitionpatriot-29oct09.pdf

 
 

“Reauthorizing the USA Patriot Act: Ensuring Liberty and Security”: A Summary of the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing

On September 23, 2009 the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing to examine three key provisions of the USA PATRIOT Act (Patriot Act) that are set to expire or sunset on December 31, 2009.

pdf uspatriot_summary092309.pdf

 
 

Future of Government Documents Symposium Presenters October 2005

This document lists presenters for the October 2005 symposium, The Future of Government Documents in ARL Libraries, which brought together practitioners and administrators to address this important issue and was sponsored by ARL.

gov-docs-symposium-presenters-oct2005.pdf

 
     

ARL: A Bimonthly Report 237 (Dec. 2004)

pdf arl-br-237.pdf

 
 

ARL: A Bimonthly Report 230/231 (Oct./Dec. 2003)

Special double issue on new measures

pdf arl-br-230-231.pdf

 
 

Fair Use in Multimedia: Digital Age Copyright

Discusses fair use guidelines for multimedia.

pdf fairuse-multimedia-feb96.pdf

 
   

In the Matter of Exemption to Prohibition on Circumvention of Copyright Protection Systems for Access Control Technologies

Comments of the Library Copyright Alliance and the Music Library Association.

pdf 1201-comments-02dec08.pdf

 
 

Fair Use in Digital Environments: The Work of the Conference on Fair Use (CONFU)

Paper disucssing fair use in digital environments, and particularly about the work of the Conference on Fair Use (or CONFU) to work out guidelines for "fair use" in educational and library settings now that digital, networked communication and publishing is becoming common. Presented at The National Federation of Abstracting and Information Services in Philadelphia, PA on February 27, 1996.

pdf fairuse-confu-27feb96.pdf

 
 
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