General & Reference Works
Submitted by Anonymous on Mon, 07/20/2009 - 14:39.
The University of Pennsylvania's Catalog of Copyright Entries information page now includes online records of copyright renewals for drama (and works intended for oral delivery) up to 1968, thanks to John Mark Ockerbloom, a University of Pennsylvania digital library architect and planner, Mimi Calter, the Stanford Libraries' special projects librarian and intellectual property manager, and James Jacobs, the Stanford Libraries' government information librarian and a specialist in digital technologies and information access in the digital world.
Penn's Catalog of Copyright Entries information page has included copyright renewals for normal books, and periodicals, but had been missing renewal records for drama. John Mark Ockerbloom could use the scanning services of Penn's Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image (SCETI), but was unable to find copyright renewal records for drama anywhere in the Philadelphia area. He asked Mimi Calter if the Stanford Libraries would loan their complete set. Once the Libraries agreed, James Jacobs managed the logistics of Inter-Library Loan for what are usually non-circulating items.
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Click here for a sampling of the new words and links to their definitions.
Submitted by mschaefe@stanfo... on Mon, 06/08/2009 - 12:00.
Take a look to see if you are inspired to read any of these books. They may be in any of our 20 libraries on campus along with many other 2009 titles. Just look in Searchworks, our new experimental search engine.
Submitted by Anonymous on Wed, 06/03/2009 - 10:26.
Remember that you can renew your books online at:
You can also find a My Library Account link in the Quick Links list (on the left at the top of this and all other Information Center Web pages) and a My Account link on the Libraries' home page.
Avoid fines, renew now!