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What constitutes textbook substitution in terms of copyright and the publishers perspective?

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Textbook substitution could be defined as the collective putting together of different chapters
from different sources that could replace a textbook. So we would have concerns about digitising chapters from a number of different sources that, taken together, could substitute the same or similar material covered by a
single textbook.

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