Fair Use Week 2024: Q&A with Director of Copyright Advisory Services Rina Pantalony
In time for Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week, which begins on February 26, Director of Copyright Advisory Services Rina Pantalony addresses the meaning and extent of fair use and its role in academia and scholarly communication.
From the Archives: Five Columbia Library Collections that Amplify Uptown Black History
"From the archives: Five Columbia Libraries collections that amplify Uptown Black history. Dive into into the stories of globally celebrated trailblazers whose transformative work shaped Uptown history."
Columbia Spectator | Obama Presidency Oral History Project...
Columbia Spectator reports on the progress of the Obama Presidency Oral History Project, which aims to "document the presidency of Barack Obama, CC ’83, from the perspective of...'extraordinary people' affected by the presidency."
Avery Library Announces Major Gift of the Michael Sorkin Collection: Internationally Renowned Architecture Critic, Designer, Urbanist, and Professor Devoted to Social Justice
Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library is pleased to announce a major gift of drawings, papers, and architectural records from Michael Sorkin, a renowned critic, designer, and professor who was devoted to social justice.