Copyright! Complicated, confusing, and not clear-cut. What does a librarian need to know? Michael and Laura will present scenarios to discuss, as we all shine a light on the subject and try to figure out what a librarian needs to do.
Presented by Michael Sauers and Laura Johnson, Nebraska Library Commission
Nebraska Library Association Annual Conference
South Sioux City, NE
10 October 2014
‘Tis the day before Christmas and all through the land, librarians brace for the upcoming influx of patrons with new tablets wanting to know how to access OverDrive…. Sound familiar or prescient? If so, join us for this December 24 edition of NCompass Live for a refresher/review of how to install the OverDrive app...Read more →
Here’s the video of my LastPass presentation from the Nebraska Library Association Conference presented on 10 October 2014.
In case you needed yet another reason to use LastPass… We’re excited to announce that the Auto-Password Change feature we released to our Pre-Build Team last week is now available for all users in beta. LastPass can now change passwords for you, automatically. We’re releasing this feature for free to all our users, on...Read more →
I read copyright pages. (Don’t ask.) As a result, sometimes I read suprising things. Here’s something I found last night: Well, that’s interesting… A normal wouldn’t need a cataloging record, and I’m guessing a cataloger, even if they noticed this, would already know they can get a record from OCLC. Though, I guess I...Read more →
I saw Citizenfour last weekend and I’m at a loss as to why this film was rated R. At least one theatre felt the same and did something about it: Citizenfour, the acclaimed Laura Poitras documentary about Edward Snowden, has been given an R rating by the notoriously corrupt and opaque MPAA ratings board...Read more →