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Copywrite, Plagiarism, and Intellectual Property
This CoverWeb considers a broad range of issues related to Intellectual Property. Diane Boehm considers the question of plagiarism in online courses; TyAnna Herrington offers some specific details about the legal issues as they have been thus far articulated for online environments. Jeffrey Galin and Joan Latchaw propose a change in the nature of ownership of disciplinary knowledge and posit a change in traditional dissemination venues; David Porush considers questions of plagiarism and fair use. "The Citation Functions: Literary Production and Reception" is the response to a call for hypertexts from the consitituents of the IP caucus of CCCC and is composed of a series of positions statements related to issues of intellectual property.
Also: The Citation Functions: Literary Production and Reception by the (In)Citers a response to the open invitation to the CCCC-IP Caucus to contribute to this CoverWeb.
Mick Doherty: It's the Interface, Stupid
Matt Kirschenbaum: Intellectual Property Online:The Case of Student Writing
Johndan Johnson-Eilola: Intellectual Property: Q & A