The university, its open access policy, the academics and their freedom – UK Copyright Literacy

Amyluv's bookmarks 2017-11-25


"We are delighted to host another guest blog post from Dr Elizabeth Gadd, Research Policy Manager (Publications), who works in the Research Office of Loughborough University. She has been working in the field of copyright in higher education for over 20 years and we’re very pleased to be able to publish her thoughts on the tensions between academics and their institutions over ownership of research outputs. This post follows on from her extremely thought provoking Scholarly Kitchen article discussing the differences between copyright culture and scholarly culture which for us has highlighted one of the key challenges of spreading the message of copyright literacy."


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Date tagged:

11/25/2017, 18:51

Date published:

11/25/2017, 13:51