Intellectual Property

ALA Library Fact Sheet 7 Please note that ALA cannot give legal advice. If you need legal advice, you should contact an intellectual property attorney.
What are they? Library concerns with openness of trade negotiation process Current draft and signed treaties U.S.--Chile Free Trade Agreement U.S.--Singapore Free Trade Agreement U.S.--Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement U.S.--Bahrain Free Trade Agreement
Board voted to adopt the agenda as distributed. Board accepted the consent agenda Board approved dropping the print edition of LRTS beginning with the Jan. 2015 issue, Vol. 59, no. 1.  An “e” only version will be published. Board voted a continuance until Monday, Jan.27 at 1:00 pm Board accepted the FY13 year end budget report. Board approved the FY15 preliminary ALCTS budget Board accepted the statement on Open Access in principle pending minor revisions and further discussion online.
This complete handbook guides the reader through the process of planning, development, and launch of their own mobile library applications.
Step 1: Navigate to the Exchange Add Account page

From the Home screen on the Android Phone or Tablet,

Press the menu button and go to:

Select Settings ->

Select Accounts & Sync Settings ->

Select Add Account ->

Select Microsoft Exchange (or Corporate)
Note: On a Motorola Droid the path is: Settings -> Accounts -> Add Account -> Corporate -> Manual

Copyright Term Extension Act Brief

PURPOSE: To extend by 20 years the length of protection afforded to works created by both individuals and corporate copyright holders.

FUTURE LIBRARY ROLE: By taking full advantage of the limited but important exemption described below, libraries, archives and nonprofit educational institutions can minimize the practical impact of this unfortunate legislation.


NOTE: This past webinar has now been archived. Access to the recording can be purchased; please see How to Register below for more details. The ALA Ethnic and Multicultural Information Exchange Round Table (EMIERT) continues its quarterly webinar series with a discussion of using the Coretta Scott King Book Awards titles from 1-2p.m. CST on Wednesday, February 5, 2014.