Bibliografía Propiedad Intelectual


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Recursos de información sobre propiedad intelectual disponibles en el Sistema de Bibliotecas de la Universidad de Puerto Rico (2000-2010). Autora: Dra. Ketty Rodríguez

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Bibliografía Propiedad Intelectual

  1. 1. Recursos de información sobre Propiedad Intelectual con fecha de publicación del 2000 al 2009 disponibles en el Sistema de Bibliotecas de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras. Por Ketty Rodríguez Casillas, Ph.D., Coordinadora del Comité sobre Derechos de Autor del Sistema de Bibliotecas del Recinto de Río Piedras de la Universidad de Puerto Rico. Revisada y aumentada por Laurie A. Ortiz Rivera, Ph.D. y José Eddie Lleras Crespo de la Biblioteca Santiago Iglesias, hijo. 24 de agosto de 2009 Bernt Hugenholtz, P., ed. Copyright and electronic commerce: Legal aspects of electronic copyright management. Boston: Kluwer Law, 2000. Butler, R. P. Copyright for teachers and librarians. New York: Neal-Schuman Publishers, 2004. Buxbaum, S. Library services for business students in distance education: Issues and trends. New York: Haworth Information Press, 2002. Casey, A. M. Off-campus library services. New York: Haworth Information Press, 2001. Conn, K. The Internet and law: What educators need to know. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2002. Cornish, G.P. Copyright: Interpreting the law for libraries and information. London: Library Association, 2001. Crews, K. D. Copyright essentials for librarians and educators. Chicago: American Library Association, 2001. Crews, K.D. New media, new right, and your new dissertation. Ann Arbor, MI: Bell & Howell Information and Learning, 2000. Elias, S. Patent, copyright & trademark. Berkeley, CA: Nolo, 2002. Fishman, S. Copyright your software. Berkeley: Nolo, 2001. Fishman, S. The public domain: How to find copyright-free writings, music, art & more. Berkeley: Nolo, 2001. Fishman, S. The copyright handbook: How to protect & use written works. Berkeley, CA: Nolo, 2002. Fishman, S. Web & software development: A legal guide. Berkeley: Nolo, 2002. Germain, C.A. and Bernard, D., eds. Empowering students II: Teaching information literacy concepts with hands-on and minds-on. Pittsburgh, PA: Library Instruction Publications, 2004. Goldstein, P. Copyright’s highway: From Gutenberg to the celestial jukebox. Stanford, CA: Stanford Law and Politics, 2003. Harris, L.E. Licensing digital content: A practical guide for librarians. Chicago: American Library Association, 2002. Hauptman, R. Ethics and librarianship. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2002. Lewis, F., ed. Information sources in music. München: Saur, 2003. Lipinski, T.A., ed. Libraries, museums, and archives: Legal issues and ethical challenges in the new information era. Landham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2002. Litman, J. Digital copyright: Protecting intellectual property on the Internet. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2001. Martins, W. A palavra escrita: História do livro, da imprensa e da biblioteca. São Paulo, SP: Editora Atica, 2001. Minow, M. The library’s legal answer book. Chicago: American Library Association, 2003. Monge Rodríguez, L. C. “Los derechos de autor y los bibliotecarios profesionales”. MLIS thesis. University of Puerto Rico, 1999. Padfield, T. Copyright for archivists and users of archives. London: Facet Pub, 2004. 1
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