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What We’re Reading: February 28, 2008 Edition

AHA Staff | Feb 28, 2008

The news that the Gutenberg-e project has gone open-access has created quite a buzz, and we start off this week’s post with a Chronicle article on the evolution of the project. Then, the results are in! ArchivesNext has selected the “Best Archives on the Web.” For those interested in copyright issues we offer two articles that examine the challenges of copyright law. And even though the Annual Meeting is over a month behind us, hear about a new professor who takes a look at both sides of the interview table. Also included in this post: the Defense Department reopens a digital library, a new site wants to be the “YouTube” for documents, share info on technology-related museum projects at MuseTech Central, and hear just what American teenagers know about history.

Contributors: Elisabeth Grant and Robert Townsend

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