CCC hosts a unique panel discussion with Eli Lilly and Company’s Legal and Library teams on how they partner to accelerate the innovation of new medicines, improve patient outcomes, and promote global copyright compliance.
Roger Rosen, Chairman of the Rosen Publishing Group, breaks down the advantages of using high-quality published content based on primary sources and how this content leads to deeper engagement and improved student outcomes.
To establish a more cost-effective, efficient way of obtaining single-title journal content not covered by existing subscriptions, Stockholm University Library adopted Get It Now, an article delivery service from CCC.
Diverse quality content that reflects its audience engages students. And when students are engaged their learning expands, reading fluency increases, retention improves, and outcomes surpass expectations.
Watch the Alternate Assessment Coordinator for the Washington Office of Superintendent of Instruction, discuss how the Annual Copyright License for Student Assessments helped facilitate the use of more than 150 adapted passages for the Washington Access to Instruction & Measurement (WA-AIM).
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