Kalamazoo College Access Recommendation Form
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Materials submitted to the Kalamazoo College Digital Archive will be accessible through the Internet and indexed by search engines like Google. This form allows copyright holders to recommend the level of access for their work through the Kalamazoo College Digital Archive. Copyright holders may indicate greater or more restrictive access than Kalamazoo College would normally place on archived materials (see the Kalamazoo College Digital Archive Policies (http://dspace.nitle.org/handle/10920/104). Ultimately, Kalamazoo College reserves the right to determine the access level of materials in the Kalamazoo College Digital Archive. Regardless of access level, this material is protected under the provisions of U.S. Code Title 17. Any copying of this work other than “fair use” (17 USC §107) continues to be prohibited without the copyright holder’s permission.
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Dunleavy, Carol (1981)As a student assistant at the Kalamazoo Public Museum, I conducted an analysis of the accessibility of local history documents and artifacts in various institutions in the city of Kalamazoo. My analysis was conducted in ...
LePard, Catherine (1983)The Community Access Center is located in the former Upjohn Park Fieldhouse at 230 East Crosstown Parkway. Staffed by two city employees--Joan Burke, Cable Administrator, and Michael Betz, Access Coordinator, and a ...
The Impact of Socioeconomic Factors on Park Quality and Accessibility within the Kalamazoo City Park System Odom, Madeline (Kalamazoo College, 2019-09-01)Trees and greenspace provide numerous environmental services. The abundance and quality of greenspace in urban cities is impacted by socioeconomics. I examined six parks within the City of Kalamazoo, Michigan U.S.A. to ...