Copyright in Higher Education

Various authors, SURF, May 07, 2008
Commentary by Stephen Downes

SURF has launched a website to inform people about copyright in scholarly communication. "If an author transfers all of his rights exclusively to a publisher, this restricts the options for reusing the research results, for either teaching or research purposes. Doing so may also involve additional costs. Being more aware about copyright and using alternative licence models helps to optimise access to the publicly financed results of scientific and scholarly research and to reuse those results."
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