Cornell University

Students vs. textbook gouges: How they’re coping—and how ‘bought’ our copyright system is

By David Rothman
August 8, 2015 // 3 Comments

Mary Jarvis of Cornell University, a campus correspondent for USA Today, tells how college students are coping with outrageous textbook prices—sometimes with cameras or copying machines. I’m delighted to see realistic articles like hers. Piracy of typical books isn’t common enough to [...]

10 Universities with Amazing Online Collections

By libertyc
December 13, 2012 // 0 Comments

It’s common knowledge that universities often hold amazing pieces in their library collections, from rare books to priceless works of art. Many are available for viewing simply by visiting the university, but many others are not available for public access, or visitors simply don’t have [...]

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