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RE: PsycArticles License

> Here I have to disagree.  I have seen this exact behaviour many times.  I
> have even been told that some students in a class will get together and
> 'divvy up' the articles they need, acquire them through whatever means
> (Libary, ILL, etc.), and make photocopies fr all the others.  Then they
> get to gether and pass them all out.  I think this is especially common
> for materials on course reserve.

I'm not saying that students never photocopy for each other.  I'm saying
that publishers are not wrong in their apparent belief that e-copies are
more likely to be copied and redistributed (and in much greater numbers)
than print copies.

Rick Anderson
Director of Resource Acquisition
The University Libraries
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