Managing copyright clearance services in HE libraries
journal contributionposted on 17.03.2009 by Elizabeth Gadd
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An investigation of centralised copyright clearance services in Higher Education Institutions based on the findings of a research project into copyright clearance in UK libraries. Based on a questionnaire survey and five case study interviews, it examines the reasons why services were established; how they were funded and staffed; and their overall remit. The relationship between the service and the HEI is looked at, as well as some of the problems clearance services face. Provides good practice guidelines in the establishment and management of services.
- University Academic and Administrative Support
- University Library