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Last week the Miller Library hosted the second "Library Treasures Roadshow" event. The first, held in San Francisco last November, was a huge success, so the library decided to take it a bit farther. Daniel Hartwig cherry picked items from University Archives, Roberto Trujillo, John Mustain and David Jordan selected unique volumes from Special Collections, Jerry McBride brought jewels from the Archive of Recorded Sound, Julie Sweetkind-Singer rolled up an impressive array of historic regional maps, and Annette Keogh chose treasures from the Steinbeck archives.
What: iBook Training Sessions
When: June 5th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm & June 7th, 1:30pm - 3:00pm and 5:30pm - 7:30pm
We are excited to announce upcoming iBooks training sessions. Following the response to our last seminar, we have created 3 sessions to accommodate the variance in schedules especially as we near the end of quarter. The purpose of this session will be to introduce users to the recently released Apple iBooks publishing application.
SULAIR has the following new positions this week:
SAGE Publications, IPG's 2012 Publisher of the Year, is proud to announce the renewal of its strategic partnership with HighWire Press and their award-winning electronic publishing organization.
Concierge 4: Digital Humanities Support
- Tue 5/22, 10:00 am
- Wed 5/23, 10:00 am
- Wed 5/23, 3:00 pm
Reminder that there will be no Concierge session in June, but sign-ups are open now for the July sessions (Concierge 5: Humanities Branches (Art & VRC, Music & ARS).
In March 2012, an impressive roster of leaders in the technology and communication industries (including: Anurag Acharaya, Google Scholar; Phil Bourne, PLoS Computational Biology; Paul Saffo, Foresight, Discern Analytics; among other accomplished editors, librarians, publishers and graduate students) participated in a colloquium on the Stanford University campus.
SULAIR has the following new position this week:
The UMUC Center for Intellectual Property is hosting an online community conversation:
Hot Topics in Copyright and Fair Use
Including the GSU Case Decision and its Implications
The GSU case has been closely watched by universities throughout the country, and the decision has implications for Fair Use.
Stanford is a member of the Center for Intellectual Property (CIP), and SULAIR staff can attend this event for free after registering with CIP. To register: