Includes bibliographical references (p. -66) and index.
|Statement||edited by Meta Nissley and Nancy Melin Nelson.|
|Series||Supplements to computers in libraries ;, 23|
|Contributions||Nissley, Meta., Nelson, Nancy Melin.|
|LC Classifications||Z681.3.O67 C313 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 95 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||90035109|
The book includes a useful collection of original source material and sample forms in the appendix, including an annotated CD-ROM Licensing Agreement. Office of Public Sector Information, UK (formerly known as Her Majesty's Stationery Office [HMSO]). 'Chapter '. Book review Full text access CD-ROM licensing and copyright issues for libraries: Edited by Meta Nissley and Nancy Melin Nelson. Supplements to Computers in Libraries no. Westport, CT: Meckler, x, 99 pp. $ ISBN CD-ROM Technology: A Manual for Librarians and Educators by Catherine Mambretti A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. requirements and managing the disk manual is an understandable step-by-step guide to making the most of cd-rom technology in schools and libraries--from the acquisition of. CD-ROM is an ideal format for storing and retrieving the great masses of complex legal text, and law is one of the largest subject areas in the corpus of information published on CD-ROM. The Directory of Law-Related CD-ROMs (Teaneck NJ: Infosources Publishing) .
the copyright issues to provide the best solution for their patrons. As Algenio et al. () propose, there needs to be language in e-book licensing that addresses standards, technologies, subscription models, archiving, and other key library issues (p. ). Without these, libraries are in danger of inadvertently making inappropriate decisions. CD-ROM drive attached to one’s computer so he can keep and read them at home. • To post part or all of an electronic publication on a network or WEB site open to the public. BUDGETING FOR CD-ROM The increased use and popularity of CD-ROM databases in academic libraries has affected both the budgeting process and-collection development in general. The issue of a place for CDROM in the budget does not seem to have been resolved . VII. How to go about drafting a library copyright policy. Consultation. Since the range of library activities and services in support of teaching, learning and research by staff, academics and students is wide a process of consultation will help identify issues for which a policy might be necessary.
Libraries can sell these items at the annual book sale or on eBay. A library could conceivably lease a particularly valuable collection to another library, museum, or private party if it so chose. Conspicuous in its absence from the first sale doctrine, however, is any . Free Online Library: A Practical Guide to Software Licensing for Licensees and Licensors, 3d ed. (CD-ROM included).(Brief article, Book review) by "Reference & Research Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Books Book reviews. Part 1 gives the nuts and bolts on designing your cd-rom system and developing acquisition strategies. Such topics as hardware requirements, furniture, financial planning, selection criteria, compatibility between systems, copyright issues, and licensing are covered here. E-BOOKS. An electronic book, or e-book, is a book that is accessed electronically via a personal computer (PC), a specially designed e-book reader, or a handheld device like a Palm Pilot. In most cases, users download the text from an Internet site after paying with a credit ing on the technology used, e-book purchasers quite often have the capability to highlight, bookmark, and.