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Discusses intellectual property rights (IPRs) and university lecturers, referring to codes of practice and policy statements. Argues that IPR in the patents area is very much a matter of commercial exploitability and getting an equitable benefits agreement, but that in the area of copyright...
This study was conducted to learn about the involvement of US academic librarians in local as well as national faculty union activities; their reasons for joining unions; and the benefits they have gained because of their memberships in their unions. It was concluded that librarians who were...
This paper describes the characteristics of the document supply industry and its products, and the factors underlying supply and demand. In order to cope with possible supply and demand shifts, appropriate adjustments that profit-seeking suppliers and non-profit-seeking suppliers may adopt are...
The development of library science is discussed within four main phases: US influence before 1949; Soviet Union influence 1949-1965; diplomatic segregation from the West 1966-1976; and the influence of the developed countries 1977-1991. The effects of the Cold War on Chinese politics and so on...
The development of library and information services human resources has, in the main, been the responsibility of individual institutions. Development of career structure is not closely monitored. Skills are often not matched to tasks performed, nor to services to be provided, as is inferred from...
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