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What We’re Reading: January 31, 2008 Edition

AHA Staff | Jan 31, 2008

Last week’s “What We’re Reading” noted the presence of the Library of Congress’s holdings on Flickr. This week, the ArchivesNext blog shows what else can be found at the photo sharing site, and in another post announces their first annual “Archives on the Web awards.”  Read on to find articles on plagiarism, overproducing PhDs, and professional issues (including travel woes and peer review). Finally, read one historian’s cautionary tale of Google search results.

Contributors: Elisabeth Grant and Robert Townsend

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