Clearing the way: copyright clearance in UK libraries
journal contributionposted on 16.03.2009 by Elizabeth Gadd
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Reports on the results of a research project supported by the 2000 Elsevier/LIRG Research Award into Copyright Clearance in UK Libraries. It provides brief summary of its key findings including who is clearing rights and where; what is being cleared and for what purpose; the clearance process; licences and clearing houses; the cost of clearance; and organisational clearance services. It then discusses of some of the ways the clearance situation could be addressed in the UK.
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