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.
Could the velocity of scholarly content published be a measure of innovation in the fight against Coronavirus infections?
When a company dissolves, many wonder: can you copy and keep articles purchased? Having worked with companies going through mergers, divestitures, acquisitions, and companies dissolving – this is a very important question for corporations of all sizes.
PublisHer is a call to action led by female publishing leaders to address their industry’s entrenched gender imbalances and drive an international agenda for change. Read their Q&A session with CCC CEO Tracey Armstrong here.
If you are considering using figures or graphics from a publication and are wondering if you need permission to include them, this blog post will help.
This one-day conference held in the Washington offices of the Copyright Office was the second in a series of conferences under the aegis of WIPO and the USCO to help establish an appropriate legal framework to consider the implications of AI (in its various applications and forms).