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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

 
     

Letter to Joe Skeen re: FY2000 appropriations for the National Agricultural Library (Apr. 5, 1999)

Letter from ARL requesting support of the Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies for FY2000 appropriations for the National Agricultural Library.

pdf nal-lt-05apr99.pdf

 
         

Primer on the Digital Millenium: What the Digital Millenium Copyright Act and the Copyright Term Extension Act Mean for the Library Community

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act ("DMCA"), which is the centerpiece of the legislative strategy for the Clinton Administration and Congressional leaders responsible for copyright bills, was passed in the closing days of the 105th Congress. It is a very complex Act, which generated controversy and left unfinished business in its wake. As a result, high on the list of "must-dos" for the 106th Congress will be issues leftover from the DMCA.

pdf primer-digital-millenium1999.pdf

 
 
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