Equity and diversity in Open Access. National and regional OA publishing platforms. Webinar. 

When? Thursday, 2 December 2021, 3-4.30PM CET Where? Please register here. For whom? This webinar is open to all, including RFOs and other funders, RPO, including universities and other academic institutions, societies, […]

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Let’s Align International and National Copyright OA Policy Action

“For so many years researchers have been confused about what they can and can’t do with respect to copyright …We can make the life of the author easier!”: these were some […]

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Panelists Discuss New Developments in Open Access Monographs for OASPA and Knowledge Exchange Webinar – OASPA

Eelco Ferwerda (OAPEN), Lucy Montgomery (Knowledge Unlatched Research), and Christina Emery (Springer Nature) recently joined OASPA and Knowledge Exchange for a webinar to discuss new developments in Open Access monographs in the humanities and social sciences. Jeroen Sondervan (Knowledge Exchange) chaired the discussion. The Copyright Clearance Center hosted the webinar. Leyla Williams, Events and Communications Coordinator at OASPA, reflects on the discussion.

A recording of the webinar is available at:

OASPA Webinars

eLife Continuum for Publishers — Registration

  1. Mon, Jul 24, 2017 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT

“We invite you to join us and learn more about the eLife Continuum suite of services and applications available to publishers. During the webinar, we’ll discuss how we developed the platform and how the newly redesigned front end fits into the suite of existing tools. We would also like your feedback on other services that you use, with a view to potentially incorporating them into the platform in future.”


Text and Data Mining interoperability at the legal level: rights, exceptions and licences | FOSTER

“The webinar will focus on the complex and fragmented EU copyright framework which applies to activities relevant for Text and Data Mining purposes. The general legal landscape will be briefly presented in order to identify limits and opportunites offered by current copyright rules. Regarding the former, the webinar will illustrate which rights (e.g. right of reproduction and right of distribution) can be triggered by TDM activities and what this entails. Regarding the latter, available exceptions and limitations will be analysed in an attempt to offer an overview of when (and where) an existing copyright exception could cover TDM activities. This part will include the recent draft proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market and other national initiatives. Finally, copyright licences and the ways in which the OpenMinTeD project intends to favour legal and metadata interoperability among the many different and often incompatible licences and terms of use will be discussed….”