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  • | industry = [[Internet search]] | products = [[Search engine]]
    20 KB (2,644 words) - 00:23, 26 June 2019
  • ...ogical advancement of information technology, as well as issues concerning copyright infringement. Nevertheless, library and information professional communitie ...n print may have been in a 1988 report to the [[Corporation for National Research Initiatives]]<ref>R.E. Kahn and V.G. Cerf [http://hdl.handle.net/4263537/20
    28 KB (4,049 words) - 19:33, 23 October 2017
  • | focus = Expansion of reasonable, flexible copyright .... Authors can choose from a range of limited rights in between traditional copyright (all rights reserved) and public domain (no right reserved).
    17 KB (2,248 words) - 16:24, 8 December 2017
  • ...curs when one violates copyright law by failing to get permission from the copyright holder. A violation of the terms of [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_Free_ An unacknowledged use of words, ideas, information, research, or findings not one's own, taken from any source is plagiarism only if a p
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  • ...une 15, 2008.</ref> The IA makes the collections available at no cost to researchers, historians, and scholars. It is a member of the [[American Library Asso ...is to help preserve those artifacts and create an Internet library for [[researchers]], [[historians]], and [[scholars]]. The Archive collaborates with insti
    29 KB (4,071 words) - 22:38, 4 March 2018
  • ===Copyright issues=== ...ttp://www.publishersweekly.com/article/CA6323787.html "Inside the Superboy Copyright Decision.]. ''Publishers Weekly'', Retrieved on 2006-12-08.</ref> ''The Sat
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  • ...for Librarians in the Digital Age'' (Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2000, ISBN 0838980813).</ref> ...racter encoding]] but frequently extended to [[ISO-8859-1]]. Besides being copyright-free, the requirement for a Latin-text version of the release has been a cr
    20 KB (2,823 words) - 04:50, 16 June 2019
  • ...as centered on [[document]]s and included the notions of [[hyperlink]]s, [[search engine]]s, remote access, and [[social network]]s. (Obviously these notions ... even warned if their query was likely to produce more than 50 results per search.<ref name=day/>
    37 KB (5,089 words) - 22:36, 20 March 2018
  • ...e ''[[de facto]]'' [[national library]] of the [[United States]] and the research arm of the [[United States Congress]]. Located in three buildings in [[Wash ...cal database]]s freely accessible over the Internet through the [[Entrez]] search engine and PubMed.
    17 KB (2,406 words) - 17:01, 13 November 2018
  • ...ed on May 18, 1897. Before writing ''Dracula,'' Stoker spent eight years researching European folklore and stories of vampires. Stoker's inspiration for the Before writing ''Dracula,'' Stoker spent seven years researching European folklore and stories of vampires, being most influenced by [[Em
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  • ...n|preserved]] in an [[archive]], such as an [[archive site]], for future researchers, historians, and the public. Due to the massive size of the Web, web arc Since web sites are often [[copyright]]ed, web archiving has to consider legal and social issues. Due to the glob
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  • ...ions. As of June 2006, they had more than 3,600 books online for browsing, searching, and reading. ...rch. Universities and/or funding agencies pay faculty members to produce research and they are expected to disseminate the results in [[peer review]]ed venue
    20 KB (2,890 words) - 15:46, 21 December 2018
  • ...manga.<ref>Isao, 2001, 147-149.</ref><ref name="Nunez">Irma Nunez, [http://search.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/fb20060924a1.html Alternative Comics Heroes: Traci ...nslate the large volume of existing Japanese manga into local languages. [[copyright|Piracy]] is a problem in Asian countries, where local publishers produce un
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  • Salinger was a noted spiritual searcher, who tried numerous different religious traditions. His life as well as h ...azine/article/0,9171,967473-1,00.html Trespassers Will Be Prosecuted: ''In Search of J.D. Salinger'' by Ian Hamilton]. ''TIME,'' May 23, 1988. Retrieved Dec
    47 KB (7,006 words) - 21:14, 14 December 2018
  • ... of forms including [[identity theft]], internet [[fraud]], violation of [[copyright]] laws through file sharing, hacking, computer viruses, denial of service a ...crime#Spam|spam]]ming and certain [[intellectual property]] and criminal [[copyright]] crimes, particularly those facilitated through [[#Cybercrime#File sharing
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  • ... in [[London]] and Boston Spa and is one of the world's most significant research libraries, holding over 150 million items. The library's collections includ ...he user's experience, building the digital research environment, improving searches, enlarging the British national collection, library staff development, an
    20 KB (2,892 words) - 09:27, 13 December 2019
  • ...generally from 100 to 200 words, of the contents of a document such as a research paper, journal article, [[thesis]], review, [[academic conference|conferenc ... research methodology. Indicative abstract simply describes what kind of research or writing the document is about and it does not contain any material conte
    17 KB (2,556 words) - 03:21, 14 October 2019
  • ... the End of the Twelfth Century''; the thesis was based on his own field research in [[France]] and the Middle East. On completing his degree in 1910, he commenced postgraduate research in [[medieval]] pottery with a Senior Demy at Magdalen College, Oxford, whi
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  • ...is the national [[library]] of the [[United States]], and represents the research arm of the [[U.S. Congress]]. It is one of the largest libraries in the wor The Library of Congress began with the limited mission of providing research support to members of Congress after the relocation of the federal capital
    24 KB (3,496 words) - 18:55, 5 July 2018
  • ...setter in her day, breaking new ground for other writers by fighting for [[copyright]] laws—both in the U.S. and in Great Britain. Burnett's later works reflected her own spiritual search. She was intrigued by the idea of [[seance]]s and communication with the [[
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