“Patents, Trademarks, and Intellectual Property.” In Fundamentals of Government Information: Mining, Finding, Evaluating, and Using Government Resources

Description from publisher: Government data and resources are uniquely useful to researchers and other library users. But without a roadmap, sifting through the sheer quantity of information to find the right answers is foolhardy. The first edition of this text is well established as an essential navigational tool for both LIS students and professionals; now this newly revised, peer-reviewed update is even more attuned to new sources and types of government information and how best to locate them.

I contributed the chapter on Patents, Trademarks, and Intellectual Property, which you can download from UTA Libraries Research Commons.

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Recommended Citation:

Wallace, Martin K. “Patents, Trademarks, and Intellectual Property.” In Fundamentals of Government Information: Mining, Finding, Evaluating, and Using Government Resources, (2nd ed.), edited by Eric J. Forte, Cassandra J. Hartnett, and Andrea L. Sevetson. Chicago: ALA Neal-Schuman, 2016.

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