Amanda McCormick (public)
Amanda McCormick is a member of the Science and Engineering Library Services team at the University at Buffalo Libraries, serving as liaison to the departments of chemistry and physics. Her research interests include copyright in librarianship and user services. McCormick received her bachelor's in science from Hobart & William Smith Colleges, her juris doctorate from UB's School of Law and her master's in library and information science from UB's Graduate School of Education.
(2020-04-22)An “unconference” is an attempt by librarians and other professionals to work outside of the traditional conference model. Presenters are encouraged to break out of traditional modes of presentation and try new methods of ...
(SJSU ScholarWorks, San José State University, 2014-12)Copyright law in the United States has gained a certain notoriety for its complexity and ambiguity, which has only been compounded by the evolution (or, some would say, revolution) of print resources to electronic resources. ...