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Claire Madison

Digital Millennium Copyright Act - 0 views

    This is an article on the DMCA, so it may shine some light on my presentation yesterday on Pinterest and the copyright laws! It is also an interesting read and very informative!
Lauren McDonald

Open access - 0 views

    Open access ( OA) is the practice of providing unrestricted access via the Internet to peer-reviewed scholarly research. It is most commonly applied to scholarly journal articles, but it is also increasingly being provided to theses, book chapters, and scholarly monographs.
Paola Torrico

Open Access Week Wikipedia Contributor - 0 views

    The fundamental principles by which Wikipedia operates can be summarized in five " pillars"
    I attended one of the Open Access Week events in which a contributor from Wikipedia came and spoke about Wikipedia. I found the presentation to be really interesting. He spoke about the five pillars of Wikipedia (which we've already learned about) among other things.
    Thanks, Paola. I'll add 5 points to your Exam 2 grade when I grade it.
Taylor Kreinces

Wikipedia:List of free online resources - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

    This Wikipedia page shows all the available online resources open to the public.
    Interesting, Taylor. Notice that that page is part of a project called "The Resource Exchange" and/or "The Wikipedia Library." I was just talking to a frequent Wikipedia editor named Jake Orlowitz the other day who's volunteering with the Wikipedia Library; we're going to try to bring him to campus to give a talk. If we do, I'll let y'all know. Thanks for the link!
Ellie Cattle

Comparison of XML editors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - 0 views

    Wikipedia's page on the different XML editors that are available.
    Probably no one in the class will ever need to use an XML editor -- and in any case, really you can just use a plain text editor -- but thanks for finding it! Everyone I know who creates XML uses oXygen.
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