5.1 Intellectual Property Rights

Adler, Prudence S., G. Jaia Barrett, Patricia Brennan, Mary Case, Mary E. Jackson, and Duane E. Webster, comps. Copyright and the NII: Resources for the Library and Education Community. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 1996.

Alexander, Adrian W., and Julie S. Alexander. "Intellectual Property Rights and the 'Sacred Engine': Scholarly Publishing in the Electronic Age." In Advances in Library Resource Sharing, vol. 1, eds. Jennifer Cargill and Diane J. Graves, 176-192. Westport, CT: Meckler Publishing, 1990.

Bald, Margaret. "The Case of the Disappearing Author." Serials Review 19, no. 3 (1993): 7-14.

Barlow, John Perry. "The Economy of Ideas: A Framework for Rethinking Patents and Copyrights in the Digital Age (Everything You Know About Intellectual Property Is Wrong)." Wired 2 (March 1994): 84-90, 126-129. [HTML file]

________. "Property and Speech: Who Owns What You Say in Cyberspace?" Communications of the ACM 38 (December 1995): 19-22.

Bennett, Scott. "Copyright and Innovation in Electronic Publishing: A Commentary." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 19 (May 1993): 87-91.

________. "The Copyright Challenge: Strengthening the Public Interest in the Digital Age." Library Journal, 15 November 1994, 34-37.

Berghel, Hal, and Lawrence O'Gorman. "Protecting Ownership Rights Through Digital Watermarking." Computer 29 (July 1996): 101-103.

Blumenstyk, Goldie. "Educators and Publishers Reach Agreement on 'Fair Use' Guidelines for CD-ROMs." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 25 October 1996, A28.

________. "Patent Headaches." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 17 November 1995, A17, A19.

Branscomb, Anne Wells. "Public and Private Domains of Information: Defining the Legal Boundaries." Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 21 (December/January 1995): 14-18.

Burke, Edmund. "Database Copyrights." EDUCOM Review 30 (March/April 1995): 56-57. [ASCII file]

Campbell, Jerry D. "Intellectual Property in a Networked World: Balancing Fair Use and Commercial Interests." Library Acquisitions: Practice & Theory 19, no. 2 (1995): 179-184.

Crews, Kenneth D. Copyright, Fair Use, and the Challenge for Universities: Promoting the Progress of Higher Education. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1993.

________. "What Qualifies as 'Fair Use'?" The Chronicle of Higher Education, 17 May 1996, B1-B2.

DeLoughry, Thomas J. "Copyright in Cyberspace." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 15 September 1995, A22, A24.

Duggan, Mary Kay. "Copyright of Electronic Information: Issues and Questions." ONLINE 15 (May 1991): 20-26.

Dyson, Esther. "Intellectual Value." Wired 3 (July 1995): 136-141, 182-184. [HTML file]

Frazier, Kenneth. "Protecting Copyright and Preserving Fair Use in the Electronic Future." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 30 June 1995, A40.

Garcia, Linda D. "Information Exchange: The Impact of Scholarly Communication." EDUCOM Review 25 (Fall 1990): 28-32. [ASCII file]

Garrett, John R., and M. Stuart Lynn. "Storerights, Access Rights, and Copyright Law: The Base of the Iceberg." Serials Review 20, no. 4 (1994): 15-16.

Garrett, John R., and Patrice A. Lyons. "Toward an Electronic Copyright Management System." Journal of the American Society for Information Science 44 (September 1993): 468-473.

Gasaway, Laura N. "Copyright in the Electronic Era." The Serials Librarian 24, nos. 3/4 (1994): 153-162.

________. "Libraries, Educational Institutions, and Copyright Proprietors: The First Collision on the Information Highway." The Journal of Academic Librarianship 22 (September 1996): 337-344.

________. "Scholarly Publication and Copyright in Networked Electronic Publishing." Library Trends 43 (Spring 1995): 679-700.

________. "Serials 2020." The Serials Librarian 24, nos. 3/4 (1994): 63-67.

Halbert, Martin. "Copyright, Digital Media, and Libraries." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 2, no. 1 (1991): 164-170. [ASCII file]

Hyams, Peter. "Legal Deposit of Electronic Publications." Online & CDROM Review 18 (October 1994): 308-310.

Information Infrastructure Task Force. Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights. Intellectual Property and the National Information Infrastructure. Washington, DC: Information Infrastructure Task Force, 1995. [HTML file]

Jacobson, Robert L. "Checking the Fine Print on Superhighway Licenses." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 5 July 1996, A15, A19-A20.

________. "The Furor Over 'Fair Use.'" The Chronicle of Higher Education, 10 May 1996, A25, A30, A34.

________. "No Copying." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 10 March 1995, A17-A19.

Jensen, Mary Brandt. "Making Copyright Work in Electronic Publishing Models." Serials Review 18, nos. 1-2 (1992): 62-65.

Kahin, Brian. "The Copyright Law: How It Works and New Issues in Electronic Settings." The Serials Librarian 24, nos. 3/4 (1994): 163-172.

Kidd, Yvonne. "Intellectual Property Rights Management in the Digital Environment: An Overview of Developments and Initiatives." Information Standards Quarterly 8 (July 1996): 1-4.

Lichtenberg, James. "Of Steeds & Stalking Horses: Academics Meet Publishers on the Field of Copyright." EDUCOM Review 30 (May/June 1995): 40-43. [HTML file]

Lu, Kathleen. "Technological Challenges to Artists' Rights in the Age of Multimedia: The Future of Moral Rights." Reference Services Review 22, no. 1 (1994): 9-19.

Okerson, Ann. "The Current National Copyright Debate: Its Relationship to the Work of Collections Managers." Journal of Library Administration 22, no. 4 (1996): 71-84.

________. "Whose Article Is It Anyway? Copyright and Intellectual Property Issues for Researchers in the 90s." Notices of the American Mathematical Society 43 (January 1996): 8-12. [HTML file]

________. "Whose Work Is It Anyway? Perspectives on the Stakeholders and the Stakes in the Current Copyright Scene." The Serials Librarian 28, nos. 1/2 (1996): 69-87.

________. "With Feathers: Effects of Copyright and Ownership on Scholarly Publishing." College & Research Libraries 52 (September 1991): 425-438. [HTML file]

Peters, Paul Evan. "Making the Market for Networked Information: An Introduction to a Proposed Program for Licensing Electronic Uses." Serials Review 18, nos. 1-2 (1992): 19-24.

________. "Networked Intellectual Property: Brain-Ache of the Decade." EDUCOM Review 30 (May/June 1995): 48-50. [HTML file]

Rosenberg, Victor. "Will New Information Technology Destroy Copyright?" The Electronic Library 12 (October 1994): 285-287.

Samuelson, Pamela. "Big Media Beaten Back." Wired 5 (March 1997): 61-64, 178-184.

________. "Copyright and Digital Libraries." Communications of the ACM 38 (April 1995): 15-21, 110.

________. "The Copyright Grab." Wired 4 (January 1996): 134-138, 188, 190-191.

________. "Copyright Law and Electronic Compilations of Data." Communications of the ACM 35 (February 1992): 27-32.

________. "Copyright's Fair Use Doctrine and Digital Data." Communications of the ACM 37 (January 1994): 21-27.

________. "Digital Media and the Law." Communications of the ACM 34 (October 1991): 23-28.

________. "Intellectual Property Rights and the Global Information Economy." Communications of the ACM 39 (January 1996): 23-28.

________. "Legal Protection for Database Contents." Communications of the ACM 39 (December 1996): 17-23.

________. "The NII Intellectual Property Report." Communications of the ACM 37 (December 1994): 21-27.

Schiesel, Seth. "Global Agreement Reached to Widen Law on Copyright." The New York Times, 21 December 1996, 1, 22.

TRLN Copyright Policy Task Force. "Model University Policy Regarding Faculty Publication in Scientific and Technical Scholarly Journals: A Background Paper and Review of the Issues." The Public-Access Computer Systems Review 4, no. 4 (1993): 4-25. [ASCII file]

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Bailey, Charles W., Jr. Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography. Houston: University of Houston Libraries, 1996-97. <URL:http://info.lib.uh.edu/sepb/sepb.html>.