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Volume 10. Issue 4


Issues of fair use and copyright law compliance have a direct relationship to a wide range of library programs and services from interlibrary loan and electronic course reserves to use of library web pages and licensed electronic databases.  In an effort to provide library staff with information on library policies and procedures with a copyright component, a new Copyright Reference Page is being developed.  Accessible from the library home page or directly at, the page provides links to University of Florida policies that relate to copyright as well as key copyright resources on the Internet. We hope this page, which goes public on March 15, will be useful to faculty.  Your comments and suggestions are encouraged.

Carol Turner
Director of Public Services

March 23, 2000
Nigel Smith
Professor and Chair, Dept. of Geography
The Amazon River Forest: A Natural History 
of Plants, Animals and People

April 6, 2000
Maria Todorova
Professor of European and
 Mediterranean History
Imagining the Balkans

Both events will be held at 4:30 pm in the Special Collections Research Room, Smathers Library (East).
The authors will discuss how their books fit into the existing literature on their subject, what inspired their book, and what has been the critical reaction. Questions and comments invited.
Co-sponsored by Goerings Book Store and the Howe Society, which supports the Department of Special and Area Studies Collections of the George A. Smathers Libraries at the University of Florida.
Free and open to the public. For further information call 378-0363 or 392-9075.

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For a printed copy of this publication please contact
Carol Turner
Assistant Director for Public Services