One of the main reasons to publish in an Open Access journal is to ensure the largest possible societal impact of their research findings through availability to peers, the public, and to policymakers. The ability to expand an article’s reach and readership resides in the article’s visibility.
At Copyright Clearance Center, we are helping the publishing industry around the world, as they struggle to recover from the impacts of COVID-19 on book selling and book buying.
In observation of World IP Day, here are some of Mark Twain’s most notable efforts to protect his works through copyright and intellectual property.
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Siddharth Singh, energy and climate policy researcher, and author of The Great Smog of India, examines the effect of Coronavirus on research and the environment.
Neil Turkewitz provides information on the response of academic publishers to the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Open access is much more than just a publishing business model. When a work of scholarly research is made freely available to readers across the globe, the impact is dramatic.