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Building on Strength: Developing an ARL Agenda for Special Collections

This document contains the program and the text of selected presentations from "Building on Strength: Developing an ARL Agenda for Special Collections," a meeting hosted by Brown University on June 27–29, 2001.

pdf building-on-strength-developing-an-arl-agenda-for-special-collections-june2001.pdf

 
 

ARL: A Bimonthly Report 216 (Jun. 2001)

Special Issue on The University in a Digitized Commercialized Age

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ARL: A Bimonthly Report 215 (Apr. 2001)

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ARL: A Bimonthly Report 214 (Feb. 2001)

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ARL: A Bimonthly Report 213 (Dec. 2000)

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SPEC Kit 261: Post-Tenure Review (October 2000)

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ARL: A Bimonthly Report 212 (Oct. 2000)

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SPEC Kit 260: The Interview Process (September 2000)

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Inquiry Regarding Sections 109 and 117 (Docket No. 000522150-0150-01)

Library Association Comments

pdf dmca-comments-first-sale-04aug00.pdf

 
 

SPEC Kit 259: Fee-based Services (August 2000)

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ARL: A Bimonthly Report 211 (Aug. 2000)

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SPEC Kit 258: Managing Corporate Annual Reports (July 2000)

A PDF of SPEC Kit 258 is available here pdf spec-kit-258-managing-corporate-annual-reports.pdf

 
 

Inquiry Regarding Sections 109 and 117: Reply Comments of the Library Associations

The June 5, 2000, Request for Public Comment inquires about the effects of the amendments made by title 1 of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA") and the development of electronic commerce and associated technology on the operation of sections 109 and 117 of title 17, United States Code, and the relationship between existing and emerging technology and the operation of those sections. The Libraries would like to address several issues raised by interested parties, as well as respond herein to questions regarding Section 117 of the DMCA.

pdf dmca-section109-comments-05jun00.pdf

 
 

SPEC Kit 257: The M.L.S. Hiring Requirement (June 2000)

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ARL: A Bimonthly Report 210 (Jun. 2000)

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Principles for Emerging Systems of Scholarly Publishing (a.k.a. the Tempe Principles)

The "Tempe Principles" were agreed to by the undersigned individuals as a result of a meeting held in Tempe, Arizona, on March 2-4, 2000. Sponsored by the Association of American Universities, the Association of Research Libraries, and the Merrill Advanced Studies Center of the University of Kansas, the meeting was held to facilitate discussion among the various academic stakeholders in the scholarly publishing process and to build consensus on a set of principles that could guide the transformation of the scholarly publishing system.

pdf tempe-principles-10may10.pdf

 
 

SPEC Kit 256: Changing Roles of Library Professionals (May 2000)

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ARL: A Bimonthly Report 208/209 (Feb./Apr. 2000)

Special Double Issue on Human Resources

pdf arl-br-208-209.pdf

 
   

Statement of Patricia A. Wand before the Subcommittee on Legislative, House Committee on Appropriations on the FY 2001 Appropriations for the Library of Congress.

Statement supporting the Library of Congress request of $428.1 million for FY 2001 (including the authority to obligate $33.6 million in receipts) representing an 11.4% increase in the Library's budget.

pdf wand-statement-loc-01budget.pdf

 
 

Safeguarding our Patrons' Privacy: What Every Librarian Needs to Know About the USA PATRIOT Act & Related Anti-Terrorism Measures

Notes and agenda from a webcast held on December 11, 2002.

pdf patriot-act-patron-privacy.pdf

 
 

S.692 - Digital Consumer Right to Know Act

To require the Federal Trade Commission to issue rules regarding the disclosure of technological measures that restrict consumer flexibility to use and manipulate digital information and entertainment content.

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