A friendly reminder … “Frankenstein” refers to the scientist, not the tall gentleman with bolts on his neck. Learn more about it here.
Want to read the book, Frankenstein, or The Modern Prometheus, by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley? Click here & check it out!
FRANKENSTEIN, 1931. Colin Clive as Baron Frankenstein and Boris Karloff as the Monster in “Frankenstein”. Source: Britannica ImageQuest database.
ca. 1910 – President Theodore Roosevelt, 1858-1919
Happy Birthday, Teddy Roosevelt, born this day in 1858!
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[Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images; retrieved from BSC Library’s Britannica Image Quest database]
A to Z World Business
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A to Z World BusinessTM features country business guides and trade tools to help you succeed in global markets. From business formation to marketing, import/export, business culture, compliance, security, taxation, business travel, and hundreds of other topics, find the information you need to work globally.
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The pushback from publishers is making an impact. ResearchGate had been allowing users to upload and post articles — regardless of whether or not they held the copyright.
Now, ResearchGate has “reportedly started to take down large numbers of research papers shared in breach of copyright.” Continue reading …
[Want more details? See our 10/6/17 blog post.]
Mark your calendar for the National Book Awards Ceremony and Benefit Gala on November 15th! The evening will be streamed LIVE on the National Book Foundation’s homepage.
2017 National Book Award finalists
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, and Young People’s Literature
Did you know that October is National Reading Group Month?
If you belong to a book group, you already know why shared reading is so much fun and so valuable.
If you don’t belong a to a book group, start your own!
Click here for some great book group resources.
Copyright compliance. It matters.
COPYRIGHT PETITION, 1880.
Petition submitted by prominent American authors and publishers in support of a proposed treaty for international copyright, 1880. The legislation was approved in 1891.
From The Scholarly Kitchen (October 6, 2017):
ResearchGate: Publishers Take Formal Steps to Force Copyright Compliance by Robert Harrington
“Scholarly collaboration networks (SCNs) are top of mind these days for publishers and academic societies. One such network is ResearchGate. A new alliance of publishers, called the Coalition for Responsible Sharing, is taking steps to address widespread distribution of published articles in violation of copyright.” Continue reading …
Want to know more? Visit the U.S. Copyright Office website.
Image source: BSC Library Britannica ImageQuest database
COPYRIGHT PETITION, 1880. – Petition submitted by prominent American authors and publishers in support of a proposed treaty for international copyright, 1880. The legislation was approved in 1891.. Fine Art. Britannica ImageQuest, Encyclopædia Britannica, 25 May 2016. quest.eb.com/search/140_1682662/1/140_1682662/cite. Accessed 6 Oct 2017.