Streaming technology and accessing media is convenient, but the eases of access, have not changed the underlying rules regarding copyright and public performances of such works.
Open access models, Plan S, and Projekt Deal, among others, show that scientific publishing paradigm is shifting to meet the… Read more
Copyright law and trademark law are distinct forms of intellectual property protection and are useful for different purposes.
How can information professionals elevate their status in the organization, and prove the value of their information services? Read on for tips from Mary Ellen Bates.
Copyright laws governing the scope of protection for authors such as the minimum duration of rights are largely normalized in international treaties.
Simon Holt of Elsevier Enabled discusses the disability inclusion journey in publishing in honor of International Day of Persons with Disabilities.