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“Managing Author Rights: A Faculty Workshop”

February 20, 2013 · Leave a Comment

On January 23 of this year, Mark Muehlhaeusler, Director of Copyright and Rights Management at the Library, Rebecca L. Tushnet, Professor of Law at Georgetown Law School, and specialist on copyright and intellectual property, and Roger V. Skalbeck, Associate Law Librarian for Electronic Resources, Georgetown University Law Library & Adjunct Professor of Law held a talk called “Managing Author Rights: A Faculty Workshop”. If you’re interested in knowing more about copyright, online access, and other issues around author rights, you can watched the video here:

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New model for peer-reviewed publishing

June 13, 2012 · Leave a Comment

Although this pre-print and peer-review service is currently only for the biological and medical sciences, PeerJ is an interesting take on scholarly publishing. An article about it is here, on a Chronicle of Higher Education blog.

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