FW: 2/7/2005 Daily Report from The Chronicle of Higher Education
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ACADEME TODAY: The Chronicle of Higher Education's
Daily Report for subscribers
Here are news bulletins from The Chronicle of Higher Education
for Monday, February 7.
* SOME PUBLISHING GROUPS say that Google's ambitious plans to
scan millions of library volumes and make them searchable
could run afoul of copyright laws, and that Google should get
permission from publishers before proceeding. The company
says its project will be "within the bounds of copyright
--> SEE http://chronicle.com/daily/2005/02/2005020703n.htm
* SOME 40 PERCENT of high-school graduates are not ready for
the demands that they face after graduation, whether they are
going to college or to work, according to survey findings
scheduled for release today.
--> SEE http://chronicle.com/daily/2005/02/2005020704n.htm
* ERNST MAYR, widely considered the father of modern
evolutionary biology, died on Thursday after a short illness.
Dr. Mayr, an emeritus professor of zoology at Harvard
University, was 100 years old.
--> SEE http://chronicle.com/daily/2005/02/2005020706n.htm
TEACH LOCALLY, RECRUIT GLOBALLY: Two-year institutions, bucking
a downward trend at four-year colleges, are attracting more and
more foreign students -- and recruiters are going overseas to
--> SEE http://chronicle.com/weekly/v51/i23/23a01101.htm
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