Kara Phillips reviews the top ten deal breaking components in license agreements, including: authorized users, damages, indemnification, perpetual access, pricing, privacy, multi-site licensing, and remote access.
Peggy Garvin reviews the new searchable catalog of current and historical federal congressional, executive, and judicial publications that are in print, electronic, and other formats.
How Permanent Is That Storage?
Public Libraries and the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA): Legal Sources*
By Mary Minow
Librarians and Technology: An Interview with Julie Bozzell
By Mark Schwartz
Computers in Libraries 2001 March 14 – 16, 2001
There’s A Lot Going on in the World of High-Tech Libraries
Low Cost Solutions for Online Catalogs: One Librarian’s Quest
By Cindy Chick
The Kirkland & Ellis Library Research Request Database
By William P. Scarbrough, Chief Information Officer, and Maria A. Black, Information & Technology Services Specialist
(Posted July 15, 1998; Archived August 15, 1998)
Lawyers, Libraries, and Technology By Joe Stephens Law Librarian, Oregon Supreme Court Library
Joe Stephens is a former parasitologist, teacher of symbolic logic, public reference librarian and law firm librarian. If he had it to do all over again, he would be a meteorologist.
Return to Library A Bridge Too Long? A New Appraisal of the View of CD-ROM as a Bridge Technology By Stephen P. Weiter (Posted September 1, 1997; Archived October 1, 1997)
Stephen P. Weiter earned his MLS from the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University in 1995. He is currently the Senior Law Librarian for Automation at the New York State Appellate Division Law Library, Fourth Department, in Rochester, NY. He has experience working in public, academic, and library automation vendors. Stephen has written for Computers in Libraries, and teaches a graduate level course in government documents at Syracuse University.