The USF Tampa Library has a useful site about copyright at http://www.lib.usf.edu/public/index.cfm?Pg=CopyrightInformation.
Two new websites, created by the University of Texas-Austin’s Harry Ranson Humanities Research Center, could also be useful, especially as they build up.
Firms Out of Business (FOB) can be searched for the contact information of copyright holders for out-of-business printing and publishing firms, magazines [...]
Instructors, please remember that I am available to come to your class to offer instruction on library resources and information literacy to your students. Instruction is customized according to your needs.
You can call or email me to set up a date and time. Online, evening and week-end classes are a possibility as well with advance [...]
USF recently revised its Use of Copyrighted Materials policy . Needless to say, respect of copyright and intellectual property is important and relevant to students, staff and faculty.
Two recent titles in the Lakeland Library collection can also help with copyright issues:
The complete copyright liability handbook for librarians and educators / Tomas A. Lipinski.
We received again many items in June. As always, new books from the circulating collection and the Children’s books collection are located in the “New Books” shelves in the Group Study room. They can be borrowed right away! Reference books are put immediately in their respective shelving. For our Education folks, we’ve received new Big [...]
The USF Lakeland Library, and the Open Use Computer Lab, will be closed on Wednesday, July 4th.
We wish you an happy Fourth of July!