Your copyright helpdesk
Are you an employee, and do you consider yourself an author? Do you ever wonder if you are the owner of your work?
Do you wish to use something from another publication and you don’t know whether you need permission to do so?
Are you using material from the internet?
Does your publisher ask you to transfer your rights to publish? What does this actually mean?
Do you send links to others?
What are the do’s and don’ts within the Creative Commons landscape? Do you want to host your paper on ResearchGate or Academia.edu ? Are you interested in collaborating with a MOOC, and how does this work?
Can an in-house presentation be used externally for training purposes and by sales staff?
This is just a handful of questions which demonstrate the kind of copyright related challenges that may be faced.The use of content or images on a website or in material of any kind can represent a risk you may not realize.
The copyright landscape is varied and changes frequently depending on the type of use.
CopyrightHelpdesk.com provides for an online (and/or telephone) service dealing with these type of questions from authors, researchers, faculty staff, physicians, students or even publishing staff. Available in small subscription packages of 5 hours per month (or pay per query on an ad hoc basis). Also available in different languages.
Allrightsonline.com has proven expertise and keeps up-to-date about recent legislative and case law copyright developments through networking and copyright conference attendances. If required, we are able to escalate questions to legal firms for further analysis and possible litigation.
Berendina van Straalen has designed and presented many in-house copyright trainings for authors, junior and senior publishing staff members, staff of R&D departments, and for those who are looking at copyright from different perspectives. She is invaluable for answering queries with enduring and competitive effects. She has long-term experience in answering copyright questions from publishing staff and authors.
Chris Kluiters is qualified to give the latest updates on Intellectual Property and Technology Law and has given many public presentations at conferences and customer panels about TDM, and trainings on e-publishing for the (former) Dutch Book Trade organization VOB. Earlier in his career he co-organised the first Summer Schools on Digital Libraries with Tilburg University in The Netherlands.
We both have strong cross-cultural practical and educational backgrounds, having key capabilities in training & education in multicultural organisations.
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