Monday, March 13, 2017

Concordia's copyright violations.

When students appropriate others' work without payment or permission, the universities call it plagiarism and expel them. When the universities do it themselves, they call it "fair dealing" and they base their courses and budgets on it.

But once in a while, a university does get caught stealing too fast.  Kate Taylor had the deets on Concordia in the Globe and Mail on Saturday.
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