Date: 19 June 2019
Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (BST) including a chance to ask questions
If you intend to quote from a poem or short extract from a published work in a new book, article, thesis or somewhere else, you may need permission to do so.
Whether you’re quoting from a book, journal, magazine, or a work you found online, learn the ins and outs of getting permission for published content using PLS PermissionsRequest, a free service for editorial teams, freelance editors and authors which is designed to help secure permission quickly and easily.
Request to reuse content easily with PLS PermissionsRequest
Date: 14 March 2018
Time: 11 am to 11.30 am, including a chance to ask questions
Date: Tuesday 21st November
Time: 11:00 am - 12pm
This webinar is for all ALPSP publishers and content creators who are interested in finding out more about licensing solutions being implemented in the learned publishing and professional society sector. It is equally useful for staff who deal with incoming permissions requests, as well as those involved in making permissions requests
Get a refresher on how the collaborative service came about, why it is being provided to libraries as a free additional resource, and get practical tips on encouraging usage of the service amongst your library users.
Practical advice for getting permission to reuse quotes, illustrations and content extracts in your titles, quickly and easily. Make getting permission to reuse content quick and easy with our best practice tips.
Join our webinar to explore a new workflow tool, developed to streamline the use of licensed coursepacks in UK universities, the Digital Content Store (DCS).
*Exclusive to PLS members!* Tune in to a recording of our Anti-Piracy ABC webinar, hosted with Claire Anker, Digital Infringement Manager at the Publishers Association.
Pam Singh, Data & Distributions Manager at PLS, explains your income from PLS by answering the top frequently asked questions.
Suzanne Beynon, Publisher Relations Manager at PLS, provides an introduction to collective licensing and PLS, helping publishers to get the most from their account.