[Lingtyp] European Commission on authorship transfer agreements
hedvig.skirgard at gmail.com
Tue Dec 22 12:56:24 UTC 2015
Thanks Sebastian, that's very exciting!
Dan: all rights to distribution and replication included?
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2015-12-22 23:52 GMT+11:00 Everett, Daniel <DEVERETT at bentley.edu>:
> Thanks. In my experience, I have been assigned the copyrights to all my
> recent books automatically by my publishers. So I believe that publishers
> recognize this.
> > On Dec 22, 2015, at 7:49 AM, Sebastian Nordhoff <
> sebastian.nordhoff at glottotopia.de> wrote:
> > Dear list,
> > following up on the discussion about copyright and availability, I offer
> a recent blogpost by the European Commission (
> > """
> > * Fair open access could also be seen as a question of ownership. Who
> owns publications? Who has the copyright? Probably authors. As a matter of
> principle, copyright should therefore probably not be signed over to other
> actors such as publishers. Therefore, open access publications should be
> licenced in adequate ways. Creative Commons licences could be a good way to
> do this systematically.
> > """
> > Note that you can leave comments on the page, which will actually be
> read by the relevant people in Brussels, so this is a nice opportunity to
> make your voice heard.
> > Best wishes
> > Sebastian
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