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Ramsey, Colin; McCaughey, Martha – Academe, 2012
When faculty members consider copyright in the digital age, it is often in relation to things they can't (or shouldn't) do. For example, they can't have too much material placed in online reserve, they can't scan journal articles to create digital versions of what used to be called "course packs," and they can't post an excerpt from a work of…
Descriptors: Academic Freedom, College Faculty, Copyrights, Internet
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MacDonald, Gail Braccidiferro – Academe, 2010
What qualities are the essence of a top-notch university professor? "Enthusiastic." "Fun." "Interesting." "Cares about students." These attributes are listed in student reviews of America's number one professor for 2009, as determined by the Web site Other students made these comments about the same instructor: "Very easy A,"…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Student Evaluation of Teacher Performance, Tests, Internet
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Clark, Debra Ellen – Academe, 2010
This September, public universities in Texas will be required to post on their Web sites detailed syllabi for all undergraduate courses, a curriculum vitae for each regular instructor, a departmental budget report for each course offered, and reports of student course evaluations. According to a new state law, all of this must be "accessible…
Descriptors: Resumes (Personal), Academic Freedom, College Faculty, State Legislation