The Charles Clark Lecture, which focuses on key developments in the world of copyright, has been running since 2008 and has grown to be London Book Fair’s largest lecture.
This consultation is for proposed changes to the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) Document Delivery licence.
This consultation is for the new Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) Higher Education Licence 2016-2019. It will be of interest to publishers who have their material copied by the Higher Education sector.
Jonathan Griffin analyses the impact of the Access to Research initiative throughout its 2-year pilot, in an article for Learned Publishing.
Date: Tuesday 17th May 2016
Venue: Bocca di Lupo, 12 Archer Street, London, W1D 7BB
We are delighted to be sponsoring the IPG Academic and Professional Special Interest Group dinner, on the theme ‘What’s On My Mind.’
- London Book Fair Lecture sparks new debate
- Copyright balance a “false dichotomy”
- Practical measures suggested to support
We were delighted to host Professor Michael Fraser, from the University of Technology, Sydney, at this year's provocatively titled lecture, What are publishers for?
The lecture was an eloquent look at the challenges to publishers’ business models and attacks on the role of the publisher, as well as how publishers' might use copyright as the basis for their response.
Date: Thursday 12th May 2016
Venue: B1, Victoria House, Southampton Row, London WC1B 4DA
We are delighted to be sponsoring this years' PPA Festival. The PPA Festival is a unique experience, billed as the one day in the year when the entire world of UK magazine media comes together to explore, advance, and celebrate magazine publishing, and, most importantly, what look at what is coming next.
Suzanne Beynon, Publisher Relations Manager at PLS, provides an introduction to collective licensing and PLS, helping publishers to get the most from their account.