Saturday, February 18. 2006
Providing One's Own Writings for Assessment is Unfair Use?
On Sat, 18 Feb 2006 Charles Oppenheim (CO) wrote in AmSci:CO: : "I regret to say that Stevan is incorrect in some of his comments. For previous RAEs, there WERE licensing arrangements put in place to permit p/copies of articles to be passed to RAE panels
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