A new level of Canada’s copyright emergency: ‘The hollowing out of Access Copyright,’ has caused a 79-percent loss to rights holders.
PublisHer’s Bodour Al Qasimi leads the opening of a Korean chapter in Seoul, advancing women ‘without having to change who we are.’
Set up in March 2020, Penguin Random House’s open-license program allows for content usage in remote-teaching.
In a Copyright Clearance Center discussion, two scholarly publishing experts share experiences with open access transformation. (Sponsored)
After working with CCC for years on disambiguating author affiliations, Ringgold is now part of Copyright Clearance Center.
‘Overall, the US book market is turning in a very strong performance by historic norms,’ says NPD BookScan’s Kristen McLean.
After years in the court system trying to regain copyright revenue for educational content, Canada’s publishers and authors look to Parliament.
In Canada, South Africa, Singapore, India, and the United Kingdom, says Copyright Clearance Center’s Michael Healy, copyright concerns are pending.
PLOS’ Niamh O’Connor tells CCC’s Christopher Kenneally that in open access, ‘We need to keep asking ourselves open for whom?’
Frankfurter Buchmesse: Programming highlights and registration details, as trade visitors prepare to travel–physically and digitally.