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Publishing Group, an Indian scholarly publisher has threatened to sue one of its critics, Metadata librarian Jeffrey Beall, for $1 billion, and has threatened him with prison time over posts he made to his prominent Scholarly Open Access site. India'
Roots Formed in 1941 by Islamic scholar Abul Ala Maududi as a modern fundamentalist Islamic party. JI was staunchly opposed to Jinnah's Muslim nationalism, suggesting that nationalism was a European concept that had no place in Islam. Another problem
Neighbors of the 10-acre Lar Rieu Park are calling on city leaders to do something about the vacant house on the property that has fallen into disrepair -- and city officials agree. "I think we have an obligation to make an affirmative decision with
The list also includes about 33 authors whose publications are the subject matter of the copyright infringement. The list of signatories on the letter reads like the who's who of the academic world from universities including Harvard, Oxford,
February 20, 2013 Education has become more than learning from a teacher in a classroom. There are many new, outside-the-box ideas to help children learn and develop from the comfort of home. With that in mind, Ideal Stationers has recently
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31 January 2013 Sanako Corporation, the global leader in language teaching software, entered into an agreement with Oxford University Press to resell digitised content from the English for Life series to both existing Sanako customers and new
Usually, press releases with the dread word "Valentine" in the title are immediately jettisoned, but a new one from the Story Museum in Oxford found a little soft spot. The Museum is the new guardian of several antique printing presses which used to
Finalists at the School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics have taken up the Guardian and Oxford University Press (OUP) challenge : create a 60-second film which informs, entertains and engages...Tina Gharavi, a filmaker who also
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