Peer Review in a COVID world, a Velocity of Content series
Under the EU Digital Single Market Directive, as a rule, both platforms and uploading users need proper licenses.
A pandemic like COVID-19, with its associated disruption of the economy, creates distortions which can illuminate opportunities and which mandate a rethinking of business as usual.
In late June, US Copyright Office announced an upcoming change in procedures for copyright registration of groups of “short literary works”.
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.
CCC’s market-leading solution makes it easy for publishers of all sizes to collect publication charges and manage a range of transformative agreements.
We all know it has been a rough spring, and we are focused on larger issues than copyright and licensing. But while we all hunker down and hope for better days, policy and practice issues are not holding still; Congress is still in session, suits are still being brought (or settled), courts are still rendering decisions, and so on.