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Principles for Licensing Electronic Resources

ARL and its partner library associations issued these principles in 1997 and then developed a series of workshops on licensing to introduce the library community to best practices in contract terms and negotiations.

pdf licensing-principles-1997.pdf

 
 

Paul Evan Peters, 1947–1996

Memorial for Paul Evan Peters, founding director of the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI), published in ARL: A Bimonthly Newsletter no. 189 (Dec. 1996).

pdf paul-evan-peters-1947-1996.pdf

 
       

Fair Use in the Electronic Age: Serving the Public Interest

This statement, released on January 18, 1995, outlines the lawful uses of copyrighted works by individuals, libraries, and educational institutions in the electronic environment. The statement was developed by representatives of the following associations: American Association of Law Libraries, American Library Association, Association of Academic Health Sciences Library Directors, Association of Research Libraries, Medical Library Association, and Special Libraries Association.

pdf fair-use-in-the-electronic-age-serving-the-public-interest-1995.pdf

 
 

Membership Meeting 1999 (Spring): Strategic Issues in Digitization Initiatives in Special Collections

"Strategic Issues in Digitization Initiatives in Special Collections," by Frances Groen, presented at the 134th ARL Membership Meeting, Kansas City, Missouri, and Lawrence, Kansas, May 12–14, 1999.

pdf mm99sp-groen.pdf

 
       
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