Campus Stores Canada (CSC) and the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) have called on the government to remove aspects of the Copyright Act that increase prices of textbooks, arguing amendments would reduce costs for students.
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BoingBoing points to a New York Public Library installation of a book-on-demand machine that can freely print public domain titles from the Open Content Alliance in minutes.
The Globe and Mail featured an interesting article today on a 66 year old program used by Canadian libraries for inter-library loans and the delivery of books to rural and remote areas. The program provides subsidized funding that enables Canada Post to deliver the books for about a dollar each. […]
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