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SCOOP: Summertime Means It’s Time to Submit an OER Grant Application

by Christine Fruin / May 2, 2023

Apply for an OER grant to create OERs supporting undergraduate and graduate courses in religion or theology by August 25, 2023. 

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SCOOP: Update on the Lawsuit Against Internet Archive 

by Christine Fruin / April 7, 2023

In this month's SCOOP, we discuss the lawsuit against Internet Archive.

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SCOOP: Open Education Week 2023

by Christine Fruin / March 2, 2023

In this month's SCOOP, we discuss open education resources in observance of Open Education Week 2023.

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SCOOP: Fair Use Week 2023 – Fair Use Myths and Facts 

by Christine Fruin / February 2, 2023

In this month's SCOOP, we discuss the myths and facts of fair use in copyright, in observance of Fair Use Week 2023.

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SCOOP: The Year in Scholarly Communication – 2022 Edition 

by Christine Fruin / December 29, 2022

In this month's SCOOP column, we look back on what happened in 2022 in scholarly communication, both within Atla and in the larger community.

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SCOOP: Guidelines on Inclusive Language & Images in Scholarly Communication

by Christine Fruin / December 1, 2022

In this month's SCOOP, we give a summary of C4DISC's Guidelines on Inclusive Language and Images in Scholarly Communication.

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SCOOP: Time to Leave CONTU Behind 

by Christine Fruin / November 3, 2022

In this month's SCOOP, we discuss if it's time for librarians to stop relying on the outdated CONTU and revisit Section 108.

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SCOOP: Theological Librarians are…Digital Collectors

by Christine Fruin / October 4, 2022

In this month's SCOOP, we discuss theological librarians as digital collectors and some ways to get involved in digital collecting.

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SCOOP: The First 100 Cases of the Copyright Claims Board

by Christine Fruin / September 2, 2022

In this month's SCOOP column, we look at the first 100 cases filed with the Copyright Claims Board (CCB) and what the impact may be on libraries.

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SCOOP: What Copyright Law Says About Serving Students with Disabilities

by Christine Fruin / August 2, 2022

In this month's SCOOP column, we discuss copyright law and fair use as it is applicable to serving patrons with disabilities.

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