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Wired Campus: “The call to action was all over the Association for Psychological Science’s annual meeting here this past weekend. ‘Attention APS Members. Take Charge of Your Science,’ fliers shouted.”

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Campus Technology: “To follow up on a 2010 reminder to colleges, universities, and K-12 school districts that their instructional technology adhere to accessibility laws, the United States Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has issued a new frequently-asked questions document to address ongoing concerns regarding compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act.”

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The Copyright Rebellion

The Chronicle of Higher Education: “The digital age was supposed to put information at our fingertips. Books and data and images on an Internet browser would be just a click away.”

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The Chronicle of Higher Education: “If Nancy Sims had to pick one word to describe how researchers, students, and librarians feel about copyright, it would probably be ‘confused.’”

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Wired Campus: “The U.S. Department of Education today released a new guide to laws and rules colleges must follow to ensure e-reading devices and other emerging technologies are accessible to all students.”

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ReadWriteWeb: “Twitter has begun rolling out a new feature that lets users view the world through another perspective, specifically through the perspective of other specific people on Twitter.”

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Wired Campus: “When Twitter traffic is laid out on a graph, revealing patterns emerge.”

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