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Joseph CorneliA scholia-based document model for commons-based peer production
Bradley Daigle, Rare Materials Digital Services/ University of VirginiaHow do we sustain digital scholarship?
Edward Fox, Dept. of Computer Science, Virginia TechIt is easy for universities to support free culture with digital libraries: The NDLTD Example
Debora Halbert, Dept. of Political Science, Otterbein CollegeThe Librarian Revolutionary: Creating Cultural Exchange and Preservation on the Internet
Marjorie Heins, Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of LawWill Fair Use Survive the Digital Age?
Barrie Howard, Digital Library FederationGreasing the Wheels of Regulation
Aaron Krowne, Emory University, Library SystemsHow Free Culture Will Save Digital Libraries
William Maher, University of Illinois ArchivesHeritage and Culture Under Lock, but no Key: The Problem of Unpublished Orphan Works
Daniel MayerTrusting the user: Wikipedia as an example
Meghan Miller Brawley, School of Information Sciences, University of Tennessee - KnCatalysts for change: librarians and open access
Robert Milson, Dept. Mathematics and Statistics, Dalhousie UniversityAdapting CBPP platforms for instructional delivery
Karrie Peterson, NCSU Libraries, North Carolina State UniversityJames A. Jacobs, Data Services, University of California San DiegoGovernment Information in the Digital Era: Free Culture or Controlled Substance?
Raymond Puzio, Department of Physics, University of MemphisFree Math and Potential Bottlenecks
Denise Troll Covey, Carnegie Mellon University LibrariesRights, Registries, and Remedies: An Analysis of Responses to the Copyright Office Notice of Inquiry Regarding Orphan Works
Simeon Warner, Cornell Information ScienceThe arXiv: 14 years of open access scientific communication
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