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Self-plagiarism Perspectives for librarians (Paper: Merle Rosenzweig and Anna Ercoli Schnitzer 2013)

Published/Released on October 15, 2013 | Posted by Admin on May 29, 2015 / , , , ,
 


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“As librarians it has often come to our attention that a major source of confusion to many authors seems to be misunderstanding the ownership or the copyright of the published article. Because librarians are becoming more involved as resources for authors concerning the issues of copyright, they are playing a pivotal role in addressing the issue of self-plagiarism.”

Rosenzweig, M., & Schnitzer, A. E. (2013). Self-plagiarism Perspectives for librarians. College & Research Libraries News, 74(9), 492-494.



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