“War tore the sisters’ father away forever. Sixty years later, a hidden memoir brought his spirit back to them,” Sam Scott reported in Stanford Magazine. “Carry On — a copy of which the family donated to Stanford and which the University Archives published online this year — is not really a diary. It’s essentially an embedded reporter’s account of life in Bilibid, where Lt. James Robb, ’31, JD ’34, ended up in October 1942, emaciated by ‘seven months of starvation.’”
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Monday, January 9, 2017
In the event of an emergency building evacuation, staff should assemble at their nearest Emergency Assembly Point, or EAP, where staff volunteers will be stationed to communicate with emergency service providers.
Please join us for Concierge 38: “Common Library Copyright Issues and How to Respond”
- Monday, Jan 23, 2-3pm in EAL Room 338
- Tuesday, Jan 24, 10-11am in EAL Room 224. This session will be video recorded.
In advance of the release of the 2017 Copyright Reminder, Mimi Calter will review many of the copyright scenarios that that document addresses. We’ll talk about library procedures and policies related to copyright, review some basics of copyright law, and talk about working with patrons on copyright issues. Bring your questions! Please sign up for one of the sessions on Canvas. First, enroll in the Concierge Project's Canvas “course” if you haven’t done so yet. Then sign up for a session in Canvas under the People > Groups tab.