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What’s Mine is Mine and What’s Yours is Mine   To the Editor: Greetings. Thank you for publishing Paul Collins’s “What’s Mine Is Mine, and What’s Yours Is Mine” essay in the most recent edition of your magazine (Adjunct Advocate, March/April 2006).  As an online instructor who also spends a fair bit of time as a course content creator, I found Mr. Collins’s article to be both highly informative and tremendously relative to the work I’m doing.  I’ve been fortunate to have very positive working relationships with the universities I’ve interacted with to this point, but I will also be reading […]
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