Monthly Archives: June 2011

From Inside Higher Ed: Improving Web Searches for Students

The problem with students using Google is not that the search giant is incapable of retrieving useful educational content. It’s that finding that content using simple search terms is a difficult art to master.

But a coalition of education-oriented companies and organizations aims to make it easier to find useful educational content amid the detritus of the Web. The Association of Educational Publishers (AEP) and Creative Commons, the leaders of the group, announced on Tuesday that they are forming a working group to come up with more detailed criteria that could eventually be incorporated into the search interfaces for Google, Bing, and Yahoo! 
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Copyright: The Georgia State University Lawsuit Injunction: Back To The Future

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[kol-ek-tey-nee-uh]. The Center for Intellectual Property’s Scholar, Peggy Hoon, in a discussion of current copyright issues.  Link to the article.

 

 

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