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Jul
28

The University of Michigan Press: Transition to Open

  by Emma Di Pasquale, University of Michigan Library At the University of Michigan Press, open access is one of many ways we strive to deliver the best scholarship to the broadest possible audience. Over the last decade, the Press has been taking steps to continue developing a publishing program that better aligns with our […]

Jul
28

Conversations with E.M. Forster: Minutes of an Imaginary Friendship

by David D. Esselstrom Originally published in Perigraph (University of Southern Florida) & Facet (Arizona).  A chill November wind whipping through my thin jacket, I darted across the back lawn and shouldered my way into the makeshift study built in the storage shed.  E.M. Forster crouched in the one comfortable chair (the walnut armchair with […]

May
24

Understanding Fair Use (repost)

Reprinted with permission of Copyrightlaws.com by Lesley Ellen Harris Fair use is one of the most misunderstood principles in the U.S. Copyright Act. It causes frustration, uncertainty and controversy. However, the more you know about fair use, the more useful it may be useful to you. Did you know … Fair use is only recently part of the […]


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