Publishing

Few Policies on Plagiarism

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Report on history journals finds that they confront complaints on an ad hoc basis -- without the benefit of standard procedures.

Arguing Against Free-Market Plagiarism Prevention

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Economist's surveys suggest that profession's laissez faire system of fighting scholarly cheating fails if breaches don't get reported or punished.

2 New University Presses

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Webster and Lee each start publishing operations, furthering a trend toward collaboration.

New Collaboration for Scholarly Publishing

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Grant allows 5 presses to set up joint operations for copy editing, design, layout and typesetting -- creating savings that will allow release of more books.

God, Fashion, Affect

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What's hot and what's not (theory?) at the book exhibits of the Modern Language Association.

Confronting -- and Not Confronting -- Plagiarism

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History journal editors explain the challenges of dealing with complaints -- while some scholars see inadequacy in current systems.

Harvard Opts In to 'Opt Out' Plan

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Harvard University's arts and sciences faculty approved a plan on Tuesday that will post finished academic papers online free, unless scholars specifically decide to opt out of the open-access program. While other institutions have similar repositories for their faculty's work, Harvard's is unique for making online publication the default option.

Abandoning Print, Not Peer Review

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Editor of journal with traditional publishing model joins forces with Indiana U. library to start free online alternative, replicating quality control and seeing surge in readers.

Next Chapter for E-Books

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New program from SUNY Press makes front-list, hardcover titles available simultaneously in electronic form at price it hopes students can afford.

A Press Revolt Against E-Packet Practices

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Suit against Georgia State University may be start of tangling over how business models for textbook publishing online will evolve.

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