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Copyright, libraries and digitization at the 2014 ALA Annual Conference

How are libraries coping with digitization and copyright? Are these activities legal? On Sunday, June 29, 2014, copyright experts will discuss digital access and mass digitization projects during “Copyright and Digitization+,” a conference session that takes place during the 2014

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Copyright hot topics and big ideas

Hear about current copyright policy challenges and developments at the session “Copyright Hot Topics and Big Ideas,” a conference program that will be held at the 2014 American Library Association Annual Conference in Las Vegas. The session will take place

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ALA to discuss new directions for digital content at Annual Conference

How much do you know about the American Library Association’s (ALA) efforts to advance ebook access in libraries? Learn about recent ebook activities and future plans for digital content more broadly during the session “ALA and Moving Ahead with Digital

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Surveillance, libraries and information manipulation

What does the collection and retention of bulk phone records and other personal information mean for the public and for library users? Learn about the ways that personal information and Internet access is managed by the government at “Information Manipulation

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Secrets of cutting-edge libraries

Does your library offer cutting-edge library services? Learn about how four ALA-recognized libraries are using novel and cost-effective methods to leverage technologies to better serve their communities during the 2014 American Library Association Annual Conference session “Cutting-edge Technology in Library

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