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In conjunction with Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week 2017, the Association of Research Libraries is releasing an infographic that refutes 10 popular misperceptions about fair use. Fair use and fair dealing are vitally important rights for everybody, everywhere — students, faculty, librarians, journalists, and all users of copyrighted material. These doctrines provide balance to the copyright… Read More »
This note was recently posted to the DOCLINE-L Email Discussion List. All libraries using DOCLINE should have at least one staff member subscribed to DOCLINE-L. Please find subscription instructions here. Dear DOCLINE Users – Beginning January 7, 2016, DOCLINE account passwords will need to meet new complexity requirements. On January 6, we will email all… Read More »
Date: Wednesday, August 19th Time: 1:00pm Pacific Time, Noon Alaska Time, and 2:00pm Mountain Time Tomorrow, on August 19th we will hear from Gail Kouame, Assistant Director for HEALWA (Health Evidence Resource for Washington State) about this unique program and resource for health practitioners. For the price of a few lattes, eligible health practitioners in… Read More »
The division of the American Library Association (ALA), the American Association of School Librarians’ (AASL) encourages us all to celebrate School Library Month. This year is the 30th anniversary of School Library Month and actress Julianne Moore is the spokesperson for 2015. “School libraries make a difference,” said Moore. “… school libraries foster creativity, innovation,… Read More »
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As previously announced, the University of Washington Libraries will no longer be using Ariel to send and receive documents, effective February 28, 2014. The University of Washington is committed to serving libraries in the Pacific NW Region. As a service to these libraries, we are hosting an RML Rendezvous, Special Edition, to discuss alternatives to… Read More »