Welcome CGEA participants to the UNMC campus. The McGoogan Library of Medicine invites you to visit during your time on campus. The library is located in the 6th-8th floors of Wittson Hall, which is across the street from the Sorrell Center.
Take a 20-minute tour led by one of our staff or explore the library on your own.
Use public access computers on the 6th floor (printing fees are .05/page)
March 18: Tour the library on your own, 2:30-4pm
March 18: Join a 20-min hosted tour before the poster session, 4-5pm
March 19: Join a 20-min hosted tour before lunch, 10am-Noon
Holiday mugs – you can’t beat them for a quick and easy gift – or even better, a gift for yourself! They are wrapped and ready to give, complete with hot cocoa mix, a colorful candy cane, and tasty biscotti. Yours only for a donation to the Fontenelle Elementary School library fund. Pick out your favorite mug designs at the booth inside the Nebraska Cafe exit on December 7th, from 11am-1pm. Treat your co-workers, boss, friends, children’s teachers, and family to these special mugs. They are sure to take the chill out of the holidays! This very popular mug fundraiser is held each year by a team of McGoogan Library of Medicine elves. All funds raised go to purchase new books for the children at the Fontenelle Elementary School.
Content Distribution in the 21st Century: eBooks, Google, and Browsewraps
The McGoogan Library is sponsoring a presentation by Charles C. Valauskas, J.D., this Thursday, September 16th, from 8am-9:30am, in MSC 4053. Refreshments provided.
Mr. Valauskas serves as an advisor to UNeMed, UNMC’s technology transfer and intellectual property partner. His presentation discusses the role universities have played in developing key tools that currently distribute content around the world, and the management of derivative rights, including copyright. It also discusses Google and the two major lawsuits over Google’s scanning of some 12 million books; and browsewrap agreements – the most common form of electronic agreement in use, and whether or not they are enforceable.
Valauskas speaks regularly on technological and intellectual property issues. This is your chance to hear a real expert sort out some of the thorny issues surrounding the use of electronic media in education.
Charles C. Valauskas,J.D. is legal counsel to domestic and foreign companies, new ventures, universities and research foundations. A former adjunct professor for intellectual property matters, Mr. Valauskas is registered to practice before the U.S. Patent ant Trademark Office. He is co-author of two books on copyright, numerous legal publications, and his articles have appeared in the ABA Journal, the New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. Mr. Valauskas is currently Vice President for Industry Relations for the Association of University Technology Managers and plays a leadership role in many licensing, technology, and intellectual property organizations Including the Licensing Executives Society, the Association of University Technology Managers, and the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago.