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CCC Adds Academic Licensing Rights to 9 Million Works

Copyright Clearance Center (CCC; www.copyright.com), a provider of copyright licensing solutions, has added more than 9 million rights to its licensing services for academic institutions. The company added more than1 million rights for leading foreign and domestic books, scholarly journals, newspapers, and magazines under its Annual Copyright License for Academic Institutions. It also added photocopy rights for more than 8 million foreign works under its pay-per-use service.

 

Since introducing the Annual Copyright License in summer 2007, CCC has worked with academic librarians, key rightsholders, and organizations around the world to secure the necessary rights to a total of 1.5 million leading titles under the annual subscription service, and more rights are being added daily.

 

Among the rightsholders to most recently join the program are Taylor & Francis Journals, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the University of Chicago Press, and Westminster John Knox Press.

 

The 8 million additional foreign works in CCC’s pay-per-use service are primarily books from Spain, Germany, and France. These works are available to license for photocopy use in coursepacks, classroom handouts, and interlibrary loan. CCC’s pay-per-use service, currently used by more than 1,000 colleges and universities, is available 24/7 at copyright.com.

 

Source: Copyright Clearance Center



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