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Wednesday, March 01, 2006

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Mary

I also don't think blogs are going to get them tenure. They have to publish in peer reviewed journals.

Kimberly

Yes, I think you're right. There's also an interesting controversy in the blogosphere right now about whether blogging is actually dangerous for non-tenured professors.

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