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Copyright & A2K Issues - 10 February 2017 (Part 2)

 

Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:

Open Access to Legal Knowledge in Africa (Conference presentations)

https://sites.google.com/view/africanlawlibrarians/presentations

Africanlii.org – OA Legal Resources

http://africanlii.org/

CORE now offers 5 millions of open access full-text research papers

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 20 January 2017 (Pt 1)

 

Intellectual Property:

Frontiers position statement: Impact of EU copyright reform on open science and innovation

https://blog.frontiersin.org/2017/01/11/frontiers-position-statement-impact-of-eu-copyright-reform-on-open-science-and-innovation/

EU Copyright Reform: Leading research groups call for more change

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 19 October 2016

 

Intellectual Property:

WIPO Wants Its Pro Bono Patent Lawyer Scheme To Aid Developing Countries’ Inventors

http://www.ip-watch.org/2016/10/18/wipo-wants-pro-bono-patent-lawyer-scheme-aid-developing-countries-inventors/

Intellectual Property Consultative Framework 2016 (South Africa) – Some Submissions

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 1 June 2016 (Part 1)

 

Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communication:

In dramatic statement, European leaders call for ‘immediate’ open access to all scientific papers by 2020

http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/05/dramatic-statement-european-leaders-call-immediate-open-access-all-scientific-papers

This renowned mathematician is bent on proving academic journals can cost nothing

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 25 May 2016

 

Intellectual Property:

United States: Can You Make An Infringement Claim Over Thumbnail Images?

http://www.mondaq.com/article.asp?articleid=492892&email_access=on

United States: The Internet Archive Wayback Machine: A Useful IP Litigation Tool, But Is It Admissible?

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Copyright & A2K Issues - 20 May 2016

 

Intellectual Property:

What happened at WIPO’s copyright committee 2016?

http://eifl.net/news/what-happened-wipos-copyright-committee

4 approaches for teachers on how to work with copyright in the classroom

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