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Re: L'Annee Philologique

The American Philological Association is writing to the Societe
Internationale de Bibliographie Classique (who produce the actual
database:  LBL in Paris is the publisher) representing strongly the
inability of American institutions to gain access to the resource under
the license terms now offered.  We are guardedly optimistic that this will
be productive.

The question of limiting IP address access has been resolved, we
understand, but we gather that there are still few institutions that have
successfully signed a license and gotten access.  This is a very high
priority for all American classicists and their professional association
is working on it persistently.

Jim O'Donnell
Georgetown University
President-Elect, APA

On Wed, 18 Sep 2002, Carole Richter wrote:

> Hi everyone,
> Is there any known forward movement in dealing with 'governing law' issue 
> for this database? Our Classics librarian is having an anxiety attack over 
> this problem that can't be resolved...please tell me there is hope/progress!
> Carole