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Category: <span>Research</span>

Category: Research

Fair Use in the Real World

Fair Use Week is an annual celebration of the doctrines of fair use in the U.S. and fair dealing in Canada. These are limitations to copyright law that, under certain circumstances, allow people to use copyrighted works without permission from the owner. But why does that matter?

Black Leaders in Library History

This post is dedicated to those who broke ground in libraries, helping others learn and spreading knowledge to the masses. It highlights four African American library leaders who have made significant contributions to the profession, changing it radically and for the better.

Library Instruction: Supporting Research in the Virtual Classroom

As the Fordham community gears up for another semester during COVID-19, the library staff would like to remind everyone that we are here to help and provide support through library instruction. While we may not be able to meet in person, there are still many ways to partner with the library to develop student research skills.

Open Access Week 2020: Highlighting Open Educational Resources

By Tierney Gleason, Reference and Digital Humanities Librarian, and Jeannie Hoag, Reference and Assessment Librarian In recognition of Open Access Week 2020, we’re giving a shoutout to Open Educational Resources, or OER. For faculty, these open digital resources can help ease the stress of developing online course content from scratch. …