Copyright licensing solutions provider Copyright Clearance Center (CCC), US, has announced that Oxford University Press, Inc. (OUP-USA) has signed an agreement to license the reuse of about 100,000 books and journals from the US and Oxford University Press in the UK (OUP UK). These titles will now be more broadly available to higher education institutions subscribing to CCC’s Annual Copyright License for Academic Institutions.
With the addition of OUP, Inc., there are now over 800 publisher and author rights holders participating in CCC’s Annual Copyright License. OUP joins a growing number of rightsholders making their content available for reuse under CCC’s Annual Academic Copyright License including Elsevier, Wiley, Taylor & Francis, Dow Jones and SAGE.
CCC’s Annual Copyright License is a single, institution-wide license that provides faculty and staff with convenient, pre-approved permissions to use content in course management systems, paper and electronic course packs, electronic library reserves, research collaboration, and other educational purposes. Created in partnership with colleges and universities, the License supplements existing CCC licensing programmes available to institutions of higher education and is designed to meet the copyright needs of today’s academic institutions.
A wide variety of works are licensed through the CCC service, including in-print and out-of-print books, journals, newspapers, blogs and e-books. The Annual Copyright License has been adopted by all 15 campuses of the University of Texas system in addition to other academic institutions including Middlebury College, Walden University and SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
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