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June 05, 2007


Aseem Badshah

Hello, I am glad to hear that you can see past the traditional library mindset for a concept like this. I just launched a site that is very similar to Scribd’s Docs but has many more community and collaboration features. The site is called www.Scriptovia.com and we take a similar stance on plagiarism but address it in more detail here: http://www.scriptovia.com/plagiarism.aspx. Let me know your thoughts. Great blog by the way!

Lisa Hinchliffe

I guess we have a reputation to live up to. :-) Anyway ...

Check out our Undergrad Library site at http://uillinois.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1939902 or add the app to your own profile at http://uillinois.facebook.com/apps/application.php?id=2414276217

Lots more we hope to do if we can garner resources for the project but here's what we have so far for UIUC!

Sarah Miller

I love that it took UIUC less than 24 hours to respond:)


How will students use this? How will professors/teachers allow students to use it. How do you cite something from it (jane doe's sophomore year term paper, 2002???)

I am interested in the idea, I am not scoffing, I'm just interested in the coversation and surrounding issues.

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