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The Guardian's annual strategy debate has seen a shift to private providers arguing over contrasting funding models (Does competition within #HE undermine the sector’s ability to collaborate?
If a university's main purpose was the search for truth, said Kealey (referring to the Robbins report, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year), then only charitable institutions independent of state funding and answerable solely to their own trustees could fulfil it.
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Neal Starkey (American Libraries Magazine, the magazine of the American Library Association, delivers news and information about the library community.)
"[...] the only way to guarantee lasting public access to the increasingly digitized intellectual wealth of the world is through the reform of copyright law.
We need the creation of solid legal exemptions for libraries to break DRM and to own, circulate, and archive digital copies."