According to Publishers Weekly “A magistrate judge last week denied a bid by Amazon and the Big Five publishers to temporarily stay discovery in a lawsuit that alleges a conspiracy to fix e-book prices. But according to new filings this week, a dispute has now arisen over a proposed discovery schedule…”
Citing UNC Libraries, infoDOCKET reports that “In 2005, archivists at UNC-Chapel Hill developed “Slavery and the Making of the University ” The exhibition was one of the first systematic efforts on campus to examine the ways enslaved people enabled the University’s founding, growth and wealth.
Sixteen years later, a new generation of archivists at the Wilson Special Collections Library is leading efforts to reconstruct the lived experiences of enslaved individuals at and around the University…”
- Elsevier, Springer Nature, Cambridge University Press and Copyright Clearance Center join Climate Change Knowledge Cooperative
- SPARC Europe to support high-level European OS policymaker group CoNOSC to advance national European Open Science policies