Monthly Archives: December 2015

Week 45,36,47,48,49,50,51&52: Creative Commons License Cannot Be Revoked?,NYPL With $22 Million Renovation of Schomburg Center, Profile of User Experience Librarian,

Gentle Reminder about Creative Commons Licenses ( David Lee King) David Lee Kind reminds us on his blog one more time, that once we use a creative Commons license, the license cannot be revoked. Check the link below and section 1.1.1. https://wiki.creativecommons.org/wiki/Considerations_for_licensors_and_licensees#Considerations_for_licensors. NOTICE … Continue reading

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Week: 36,37,38,39,40, 41,42,43&44: DPLA With New Self-Guided Curriculum, Studying Library Users For Better Customer Experience,

DPLA Releases New Self-Guided Curriculum for Digitization (Lonely Wolf Librarian) “We’ve made this curriculum available in a self-guided version intended for digitization beginners from a variety of cultural heritage institutions. Each module includes a video presentation, slides with notes in Powerpoint, and … Continue reading

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