Controlled Digital Lending: Technology Solution or Legal Pathway
From: John Burger (
Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2018 13:24:44 -0800 (PST)

ASERL Friends:


Thought you might enjoy the latest in our Schol-Comm blog posts, sharing information about Controlled Digital Lending.  Using a Q&A format by our committee co-chairs (Andy Wesolek at Vanderbilt and Ellen Ramsey at U-Virginia), this post is designed to supplement an earlier post on the Duke school-comm blog authored by Dave Hansen at Duke and Kyle K. Courtney at Harvard.


See for the latest.  Enjoy!





John Burger, Executive Director

Association of Southeastern Research Libraries (ASERL)

c/o Robert W. Woodruff Library

540 Asbury Circle, Suite 316

Atlanta, GA  30322






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Subject: [ASERL-ScholComm] CDL: Technology Solution or Legal Pathway


ASERL Colleagues,

This month’s ASERL scholcomm post is an interview-style discussion between your fearless co-chairs about Controlled Digital Lending, prompted by the recent post on the subject by Dave Hansen and Kyle K. Courtney on Duke University’s scholcomm blog.


Virgo Project Lead
Director, Scholarly Repository Services
University of Virginia Library 


Andrew Wesolek


Digital Scholarship and Scholarly Communications 

Vanderbilt University Libraries




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