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A Study of Self-Plagiarism

(insidehighered.com): Academia tends to profess loudly, and even on occasion strictly enforce, its credo about plagiarism and other academic moral injunctions against violations of academic norms, such as cheating, with regard to students. However, for ourselves, professionalism seems to end with professing.
   
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Paper or electronic? Futurists have been pushing one option for years-but do we have to choose?

(americanlibrariesmagazine.org): It's no secret that librarians like books. For decades, those pages sandwiched between rectangles of cardboard have been the primary reason librarians sought and secured employment. As methods of communication and information sharing evolve, however, books have begun to transform, sparking a debate not only among book publishers and readers but librarians as well.
   
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Academic publishers

(thebookseller.com): Academic publishers have stressed they are committed to helping librarians through budget reductions amid fears over declining resources. The Wall Street Journal reports on a recent letter from the trade body Research Libraries UK that warned if journal subscriptions don't come down, librarians "will be forced to cancel significant numbers of subscriptions which will fatally compromise the UK's capacity for research". It called for publishers to restrain themselves on pricing and "acknowledge the reality of current budgets".
   
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iPad leading e-book reader demand despite Kindle price advantage

(arstechnica.com): In a recent ChangeWave survey about consumer e-book reader ownership, iPad ownership doubled between August and November, up from 16 to 32 percent. The percentage of e-book reader owners that own a Kindle dropped 15 points, down to 47 percent. With just 5 percent owning and Sony device and 4 percent reporting owning a Nook, it's clear that Amazon and Apple are fighting for the majority of e-reader users.
   
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Students opting more for textbooks over e-books

(thedailycougar.com): In this fast-paced technological age, where students depend on electronics for everything from text messaging to surfing the Internet, a traditional textbook still prevails over its newer counterpart - the electronic book, or e-book. Students have the ability to write in the margins and highlight passages in traditional textbooks, which they may refer back to at a later time.
   
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