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Re. Hathi Orphans?
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- Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2011 18:53:08 EDT
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This is a marvellous point. If publishers honestly collaborated on the task of identifying genuinely orphans, and if they also made an honest effort to let go what has no obvious economic value (in other words, get rid of the "just in case" mentality), we could work together far more harmoniously. Jean-Claude Guedon PS And bravo to Princeton for the OA policy voted by the faculty on itself. -------- Message d'origine-------- De: email@example.com de la part de Liz Mengel Date: mer. 28/09/2011 18:22: firstname.lastname@example.org Objet : RE: Hathi Orphans What makes me wonder is, if the Authors Guild can find owners of orphan works so fast why they don't try to collaborate with these types of ventures instead of suing them? Liz Mengel Associate Director Scholarly Resources and Special Collections The Sheridan Libraries Johns Hopkins University
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