CC BY: what does it mean for scholarly articles?

See on Scoop.itNGOs in Human Rights

The Creative Commons licencing framework, favoured by RCUK, is a popular strategy to allow scholarly material to be made publicly accessible whilst also allowing an author to retain copyright of hi…

Nevermore Sithole‘s insight:

Fair Dealing exceptions covering activities such as teaching, setting examinations and news reporting. Do people always check whether their particular purpose falls under fair dealing exceptions when extracting large chunks of information from scholarly works?

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