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Transparency And The Marketplace For Student Data, N. Cameron Russell, Joel R. Reidenberg, Elizabeth Martin, Thomas B. Norton Jun 2018

Transparency And The Marketplace For Student Data, N. Cameron Russell, Joel R. Reidenberg, Elizabeth Martin, Thomas B. Norton

Center on Law and Information Policy

Student lists are commercially available for purchase on the basis of ethnicity, affluence, religion, lifestyle, awkwardness, and even a perceived or predicted need for family planning services. This study seeks to provide an understanding of the commercial marketplace for student data and the interaction with privacy law. Over several years, Fordham CLIP reviewed publicly-available sources, made public records requests to educational institutions, and collected marketing materials received by high school students. The study uncovered and documents an overall lack of transparency in the student information commercial marketplace and an absence of law to protect student information.


Dispute Resolution In The Digital Age - Online Dispute Resolution, Amy J. Schmitz May 2018

Dispute Resolution In The Digital Age - Online Dispute Resolution, Amy J. Schmitz

Open Educational Resources

Dispute Resolution in the Digital Age includes the resources created and used by Professor Amy J. Schmitz at the University of Missouri School of Law to teach online dispute resolution. These materials are created as as open educational resources under a Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0 license. The materials may be shared and adapted as long as Prof. Schmitz receives attribution and the use is non-commercial.


Comparison Of 1770 Map With 1913 U.S.G.S. Map Of The Monterey Bay Area May 2018

Comparison Of 1770 Map With 1913 U.S.G.S. Map Of The Monterey Bay Area

Historical and Contemporary Comparison Maps

A comparison of the Monterey Bay area depicted on a 1770 Spanish map prepared by cartographer Miguel Constanz├│ depicting the Port of Monterrey in which he identified landmarks and potential locations for anchoring ships, including Point Pinos, sheltered anchorage (except from the north-northwest winds), the site for the Mission and Presidio de San Carlos, several lagoons and an estuary that were filled by the tide with a 1913 map of the Monterey Bay area prepared by the U.S.G.S.


Comparison Of 1854 U.S. Coast Survey Map With 2016 Satellite Imagery Of The Monterey Bay Area May 2018

Comparison Of 1854 U.S. Coast Survey Map With 2016 Satellite Imagery Of The Monterey Bay Area

Historical and Contemporary Comparison Maps

A (draft) comparison map of an 1854 U.S. Coast Survey Map of the coast of Monterey Bay from Salinas River southward with a 2016 satellite imagery of the same region reflecting changes in land use over the preceding 162 years.


E-Museletter: May 2018, William Taylor Muse Law Library May 2018

E-Museletter: May 2018, William Taylor Muse Law Library

Museletter

This Issue:

Open All Night

Summer Access to Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg Law

Technology Bootcamp Reference Guide

Research Assistant Training

Attention 3Ls: Using Library Resources After Graduation

Undergraduates in the Library


Political Orientation Detection & Machine Learning, Kenneth May, Ashraf Aly Apr 2018

Political Orientation Detection & Machine Learning, Kenneth May, Ashraf Aly

Celebration of Student Scholarship Posters Archive

No abstract provided.


1927 - Letter To U.S. Commissioner Of Indian Affairs Regarding Homeless California Indians Apr 2018

1927 - Letter To U.S. Commissioner Of Indian Affairs Regarding Homeless California Indians

Miscellaneous Documents and Reports

A June 23, 1927, letter from L. A. Dorrington, Superintendent of the Sacramento Indian Agency, to the U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs regarding the purchase of land for homeless California Indians. Detailed 25-page report listing the number of Indians in each band identified in each county and advising as to whether it would be necessary to purchase public land for them. Dorrington expressed concern about the failure of certain bands to adequately develop the land noting that in some instances the need for provision of adequate water supply for domestic use, proper fencing and construction of better homes.


1939 - California Irrigation District Laws, Bulletin No. 18-F Apr 2018

1939 - California Irrigation District Laws, Bulletin No. 18-F

Water Statutes

Beginning in 1919 the Division of Water Resources and its predecessors, the Department of Engineering, and the Division of Engineering and Irrigation, compiled and issued revised editions of those laws to include the numerous amendments and additions that have been adopted to meet changing requirements found necessary under operating conditions. Bulletin 18-F was the eleventh volume and included the text of the California Districts Securities Commission Act and the four district acts that had been most used in creating organizations for the development and distribution of water for irrigation. Numerous citations to court decisions interpreting provisions of the various acts ...


1983 - History Of The Rectangular Survey System Apr 2018

1983 - History Of The Rectangular Survey System

Miscellaneous Federal Documents & Reports

A detailed accounting of the story of U.S. public land survey and registration that can be used as a detailed reference by historians, land use specialists, surveyors, and the legal community for contemporary decision making, understanding and judgment. The book covers the political and economic events leading to the passage of the first land ordinance, the development of the rectangular system of surveys, the General Land Office within the Department of Interior, the direct system to end the General Land Office, and the Surveyors General of the Public Land States. The Appendix includes the original Instructions to the Deputy ...


Inventory Of California Land Pamphlets In Hornbeck Collection Apr 2018

Inventory Of California Land Pamphlets In Hornbeck Collection

California Land Pamphlet Inventory

A document with active links that lists the content of the California Land Pamphlets found in nine volumes, plus three additional publications.


California Land Pamphlets, Volume 7 Apr 2018

California Land Pamphlets, Volume 7

Land Pamphlets

Volume 7 of the California land pamphlets contains documents relating land ownership and taxation, the legality of the sale of timber lands, catalogues of lands for sale throughout California and various land claim disputes that include the ownership of Yerba Buena Island and the Fremont Decision,


Against Criminalization: Gender, Activism, And The Pursuit Of Justice, Chi Adanna Mgbako, Jeanne Flavin, Sapana Anand Apr 2018

Against Criminalization: Gender, Activism, And The Pursuit Of Justice, Chi Adanna Mgbako, Jeanne Flavin, Sapana Anand

Posters

Maloney Library lecture series, Behind the Book


Miscellaneous Land Pamphlets - 1868 -The Mariposa Estate: Its Past, Present And Future Apr 2018

Miscellaneous Land Pamphlets - 1868 -The Mariposa Estate: Its Past, Present And Future

Land Pamphlets

An 1868 extract from a report to the U.S. Congress by J. Ross Brown, U.S. Commissioner concerning the Mariposa Estate (Fremont Grant), the failure of the Mariposa Company and the value and mineral resources of the Mariposa Estate.


Miscellaneous Land Pamphlets - Swamp And Overflowed Lands In Colusa County Apr 2018

Miscellaneous Land Pamphlets - Swamp And Overflowed Lands In Colusa County

Land Pamphlets

Handwritten ledger pertaining to the survey and disposition of swamp and overflowed lands in Colusa County, California


Miscellaneous Land Pamphlets - 1871 - The Julian Mines Apr 2018

Miscellaneous Land Pamphlets - 1871 - The Julian Mines

Land Pamphlets

The 1871 Exception to Survey filed by miners and settlers in San Diego County, California, excepting and objecting to the approval of the survey of the Ranch Cuyamaca made by the U.S. Deputy Surveyor.


California Land Pamphlets, Volume 8 Apr 2018

California Land Pamphlets, Volume 8

Land Pamphlets

Volume 8 of the California land pamphlets contains documents relating sale of public lands, California swamp lands, Spanish and Mexican grants in California, Mexican laws relating to salt march and tide lands, title to public lands and various land claim disputes.


1959 - California Government And Forestry From Spanish Days Until The Creation Of The Department Of Natural Resources In 1927, C. Raymond Clar Apr 2018

1959 - California Government And Forestry From Spanish Days Until The Creation Of The Department Of Natural Resources In 1927, C. Raymond Clar

Miscellaneous Documents and Reports

This 1959 book focuses on the relationship between forestry and the California government. The surface treatment of the lands of California was of significant importance in the building of California, just as was the Gold Rush, the challenge of empire-building and the struggle for water. The book covers on a relatively short span of years although it commences with forest use in Spanish- Mexican California.


1994 - Executive Summary Of Lessons Learned From The California Drought (1987-1992) Apr 2018

1994 - Executive Summary Of Lessons Learned From The California Drought (1987-1992)

Miscellaneous Federal Documents & Reports

A 1994 report covering the period of 1987-1992 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers regarding a national drought study instituted in 1989 during the middle of the California drought. The study included the views of 100 key members of the California water community, representing 57 organizations that included federal, state, regional, and local water supply agencies as well as environmental, private, and governmental entities that controlled and influenced water management in California.


1994 - Managing Water For Drought, U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers And Institute For Water Resources Apr 2018

1994 - Managing Water For Drought, U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers And Institute For Water Resources

Miscellaneous Federal Documents & Reports

The purpose of the report was to explain the procedure for cooperative federal-state drought preparedness studies, to indicate how the studies related to the longstanding principles and guidance for federal water resources investigations, and to indicate the means of implementing conclusions arrived at in any given region. This 1994 report, developed during a four-year National Study of Water Management, summarizes the method of improving water management during drought. The method was tested and refined in four field studies in different parts of the country, in which teams of water managers and users worked together to reduce drought impacts. In each ...


California Land Pamphlets, Volume 1 Apr 2018

California Land Pamphlets, Volume 1

Land Pamphlets

Volume 1 of the California land pamphlets contains a variety documents relating to land title cases brought before the U.S. Board of Land Commissioners for California, U.S. District Court and the Supreme Court of the United States in the 1850s and 1860s.


California Land Pamphlets, Volume 6 Apr 2018

California Land Pamphlets, Volume 6

Land Pamphlets

Volume 6 of the California land pamphlets contains a variety documents relating to California, travel to and mining in British America, the Truckee River water supply and distribution of interstate water, corruption around the acquisition of land in California, religious intolerance and a report of the Soldiers' Relief Fund of San Francisco.


California Land Pamphlets, Volume 4 Apr 2018

California Land Pamphlets, Volume 4

Land Pamphlets

Volume 4 of the California land pamphlets contains a variety documents relating to land title cases brought before the U.S. Board of Land Commissioners for California, and the Supreme Court of the United States in the 1850s.


California Land Pamphlets, Volume 5 Apr 2018

California Land Pamphlets, Volume 5

Land Pamphlets

Volume 5 of the California land pamphlets contains a variety documents relating to land title cases brought before the U.S. Board of Land Commissioners for California, U.S. District Court and the Supreme Court of the State of California. Also includes reports on the old missions and villages of California, U.S. policy regarding public lands, and report on the Reclamation of Arid Lands by Irrigation.


California Land Pamphlets, Volume 3 Apr 2018

California Land Pamphlets, Volume 3

Land Pamphlets

Volume 3 of the California land pamphlets contains a number of reports regarding real estate in California, lands with the bounds of Old Mission Dolores, San Francisco Commission to Enquire into City Property; Commission for Settling Private Land Claims in California, treaty stipulations between Mexico and the United States, instructions of the U.S. Department of Interior to the California Land Commissioners, Regulations of the Commissioners for the Presentment and Prosecution of Claims; land titles in California and 1852 Special Report of the Surveyor General of the State of California.


1976 - Mexican-American Land Tenure Conflict In California, David Hornbeck Apr 2018

1976 - Mexican-American Land Tenure Conflict In California, David Hornbeck

Overview of California Private Land Claims and the Public Domain

This paper examines the merging of the Mexican and American land tenure systems and how the two very different concepts of land acquisition, organization and maintenance clashed resulting in a distinctive settlement pattern not usually associated with Anglo settlement. The Mexican landscape, organized according to centuries of Spanish tradition, was the antithesis of the type established by the westward moving American pioneer. Spatial differences were many, particularly in the areas of agriculture, settlement, transportation, space economy and land tenure.


1976 - Mexican-American Land Tenure Conflict In California, David Hornbeck Apr 2018

1976 - Mexican-American Land Tenure Conflict In California, David Hornbeck

Miscellaneous Documents and Reports

This paper examines the merging of the Mexican and American land tenure systems and how the two very different concepts of land acquisition, organization and maintenance clashed resulting in a distinctive settlement pattern not usually associated with Anglo settlement. The Mexican landscape, organized according to centuries of Spanish tradition, was the antithesis of the type established by the westward moving American pioneer. Spatial differences were many, particularly in the areas of agriculture, settlement, transportation, space economy and land tenure.


1958 - Dwr Bulletin No. 18, San Luis Obispo County Investigation, Volume Ii, Appendixes Apr 2018

1958 - Dwr Bulletin No. 18, San Luis Obispo County Investigation, Volume Ii, Appendixes

State and Federal Documents Relating to Monterey and San Luis Obispo Counties

This 1958 document contains the agreement and supplements between California State Water Resources Board, San Luis Obispo County and the California Department of Public Works; a discussion concerning the geology and groundwater in San Luis Obispo County; as well as records of precipitation, daily runoff and miscellaneous stream flow measurements, depths of groundwater, mineral analyses of surface and groundwater supplies, applications to appropriate water, soil moisture depletion, plans for the protection and development of recreational resources, and alternative plan of development of Nacimiento and San Antonio Rivers.


1977 - Appropriative Water Rights In California, Background And Issues Apr 2018

1977 - Appropriative Water Rights In California, Background And Issues

Water Statutes

This paper was part of a series of background and issue papers prepared by the staff of the Governor's Commission to Review California Water Rights Law. The background material was intended to assist persons who might lack detailed knowledge of California's water rights law and procedures. The issues were listed as a basis for discussion by the public and the Commission when it considered various legislative options in response to the 1976-1977 drought which had resulted in increased attention to the value of water as a public resource.


1979 - The California Water Atlas Apr 2018

1979 - The California Water Atlas

Miscellaneous Documents and Reports

The atlas was developed as an attempt to provide the average citizen with a single-volume point of access to understanding how water works in the State of California. It addressed treatments of every aspect of water supply, delivery, and use in California, the nature of the water environment, the changes mankind has made in that environment, the history of water development, the operation of the major natural and artificial water systems, the relationship of water pricing to water consumption, the uses of water in industry, recreation, and energy development, the problems of water quality, and the current (1979) and emerging ...


Criminology (Gsu, Clayton), Scott Jacques, Andrea Allen Apr 2018

Criminology (Gsu, Clayton), Scott Jacques, Andrea Allen

Criminal Justice Grants Collections

This Grants Collection for Criminology was created under a Round Nine ALG Textbook Transformation Grant.

Affordable Learning Georgia Grants Collections are intended to provide faculty with the frameworks to quickly implement or revise the same materials as a Textbook Transformation Grants team, along with the aims and lessons learned from project teams during the implementation process.

Documents are in .pdf format, with a separate .docx (Word) version available for download. Each collection contains the following materials:

  • Linked Syllabus
  • Initial Proposal
  • Final Report