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The Cookbook Project by Melissa Edwards

Melissa Edwards is Director of Research Communications in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research. There are many joys of living in a college town, not the least of which is easy access to specialty grocery stores that serve the … Continue reading

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Walking a Fine Line

This invited contribution to the theme of Publication comes from Mary S. Laskowski, who is Head of Collection Management Services at the University Library. In response to an earlier post on the IPRH blog about e-reserves and fair use, Mary … Continue reading

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The Forecast

As we welcome 2014, let us do a little forecasting for the IPRH blog. Upcoming examinations of the theme of Publication this semester will include: Fair Use & the University. Preparations for classes are under way, and many of us … Continue reading

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What’s An Editorial Board To Do?

This invited contribution to the theme of Publication comes from Paula Kaufman, who recently stepped down from her position as Dean of Libraries & University Librarian at Illinois. She recounts a dispute between a publisher and one of its editorial … Continue reading

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Curation of the Unordinary Book

The next contribution to our theme of Publication comes from Harriett Green, English and Digital Humanities Librarian, University of Illinois. She was invited to respond to the recent lecture by Danuta Fjellestad, “This Is (Not) a Book, or An Aesthetics … Continue reading

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