Libraries are starting to embrace technologies developed in-house or by other universities. Will they eventually replace third-party vendors?
Open source software package allows libraries, museums and collectors to more easily archive, display and manage their online holdings.
As more colleges outsource e-mail, some worry about who will decide which files are secure and which can be disclosed.
Colleges across the country are slow to upgrade to new Windows operating system for a variety of reasons, including compatibility and value.
New program from SUNY Press makes front-list, hardcover titles available simultaneously in electronic form at price it hopes students can afford.
Suit against Georgia State University may be start of tangling over how business models for textbook publishing online will evolve.
U. of Chicago law school blocks Internet access in classrooms -- and many students are outraged.
Spike in notices of alleged violations on campuses prompts speculation that record companies are targeting future, not actual, breaches. RIAA chief cites better hardware and software.
Proposed updates to rules governing the federal student privacy law, released in March, could have implications on procedures involving directories and databases.
Missouri U. of Science and Technology allows peer-to-peer traffic only for users who take online quiz on copyright infringement ... every time they download.
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