Between emerging open access models of scholarly publishing and the recent Google Books ruling Interlibrary Loan faces a long look in the mirror over long term viability. Mirrors hung on walls or tales are great foundational tools, and how the Doctrine of First Sale is the foundational premise of libraries is most acutely reflected in Interlibrary Loan services. This presentation will argue First Sale enables libraries to be self-defining organizations, and that Interlibrary Loan specifically demonstrates what this means to library clientele.

Author
Paul Doty
Subjects
ILLiad 2014 Conference
Products
ILLiad
Duration
0h 44m 28s
Created
March 18, 2014
Updated
April 15, 2014

First Sale or Last Leg
44m 28s