April 2006
Bibliotheksdienst;apr2006, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p477
Trade Publication
News briefs pertaining to European libraries are presented. The advising of the European Commission on the construction of the European Digital Library is examined, the reaction of the Conference of European National Librarians librarian association to the European Digital Library is described, and proposed changes to French copyright law are analyzed.


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