This is a proposal for an International Education Licence, based on the current UK Education Licence, which would initially be aimed at groups of International Schools teaching the UK curriculum but would also be suitable for International Schools teaching other English-language curricula. Read more here
Publishers have been responding generously to support schools and higher education institutions forced to adapt to remote teaching following closures due to COVID-19. PLS is pleased to be able to complement those individual initiatives through temporary adjustments to both the schools and HE collective licences administered by Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA). This is only possible as a result of the support and co-operation of educational publishers and the endorsement of the PLS Board.
For more details of adjustments to the schools and HE collective licences and your opportunity to comment click Read more below.
The Digital Content Store is a workflow tool developed by CLA that helps more than 120 licensed Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) to manage and automate the process of reporting use of the HE Licence.
To participate in the consultation, and to read the minutes and presentation click 'Read more' below. Please note that this page is password-protected and is accessible to publishers signed up with PLS only. You will need to log in to your PLS Account first.
The consultation will end on 15th April 2020.
CLA has been exploring the options for providing a content workflow tool to the NHS in England as part of a new three-year deal with the Department of Health.
Consultation on Digital Content Store (DCS) Developments
The Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) is proposing to include CLA repertoire in the Student Assessment Licence offered by the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC).
The Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) is proposing to extend the right granted under its NHS licences to permit the reproduction of abstracts in current awareness bulletins, accompanied by a link to the full text, and to host these current awareness bulletins on their organisations’ gov.uk websites.
The Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) is proposing to extend the right granted under its licences to UK public sector organisations to collaborate with other similarly licensed organisations. This proposal is relevant to publishers that receive secondary licensing income from local and central government and the NHS.
This consultation is for a new Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) enhanced Business Licence that allows licensees permission to republish up to five articles per year on a licensee’s website, for an increased licence fee. It will be of interest to magazine publishers who will be invited to opt in to the website republishing element of the licence.