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Cornell University Library’s Position on Nondisclosure Clauses in Licenses To promote openness and fairness among libraries licensing scholarly resources, Cornell University Library will not enter into vendor contracts that require nondisclosure of pricing information or other information that does not constitute a trade secret.
By Julianna Baggott
Putting Your Ph.D. to Work in the Library 04/08/2004, By Todd Gilman
How Google Works: Are Search Engines Really Dumb and Why Should Educators Care? [Available Full-Text, Free] - Internet@Schools MagazineBefore the web and search engines, libraries and librarians were the best answer to students’ question, Where do I find information about …?
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