Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Copyright and Harvard Business School Press Case Studies

Given the somewhat frequent requests we get for Case Studies from Harvard Business School Press, I thought you might want to read about the various ruses the publisher has come up with to control access to print and electronic editions. The author of the post, Jonathan Rochkind, is a systems librarian at Johns Hopkins University, and is currently one of my favorite blogging librarians.

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