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"The Google Book Settlement:Implications for Scholarship"

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In the 2010 ACLS Annual Meeting program session, held on May 7, the engineer of Google Book Search joined representatives of the academic and foundation worlds in examining the benefits and shortfalls of the Google Book Settlement for the scholarly community.

For an mp3 file of the full session, right click here and save target to desktop.

 

Full Program Session (1:56:32)
Jonathan D. Culler, moderator
Class of 1916 Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Cornell University and Member, ACLS Board of Directors

(4:02)
Daniel Clancy
Engineering Director, Google Book Search

(15:35)
James Grimmelmann
Associate Professor, New York Law School and Member, New York Law School Institute for Information Law and Policy

(14:03)
Helen Cullyer
Associate Program Officer, Scholarly Communications Program, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

(17:45)
James O’Donnell
Provost, Georgetown University and Secretary, ACLS Board of Directors

(19:13)
Audience Discussion (45:20)