How can cultural heritage institutions legally use the Internet to improve public access to the rich collections they hold? 'Copyright and Cultural Institutions: Guidelines for Digitization for U.S. Libraries, Archives, and Museums', a new book by published by Cornell University Library, can help professionals at these institutions answer that question. Based on a well-received Australian manual written by Emily Hudson and Andrew T. Kenyon of the University of Melbourne, the book has been developed by Cornell University Library’s senior policy advisor Peter B. Hirtle, along with Hudson and Kenyon, to conform to American law and practice"