Welcome to our blog series written especially for Higher Education. We’ve been working hard on it and we hope you like it and find it useful. If you want to add your voice to any of the blogs then we encourage you to add your comments after the blog. We want to hear your thoughts!
We will be publishing several blogs a month – some written by us, and some written by you. We’re looking for guest writers from the world of Higher Education to write about anything that is of interest and relevance to you. If you would like to get involved and write a blog that we can publish here, please complete this form.
Debbie Holley, Professor of Learning Innovation and Head of the Centre for Excellence in Learning at Bournemouth University, outlines how educators can harness technologies for learning in meaningful ways.
For World Braille Day 2019, we look at how exceptions in Copyright law make published works accessible to people with disabilities. This post will provide guidance for our licensees who wish to produce copies for staff and students with a disability.
Estelle Derclaye, Professor of Intellectual Property Law at the University of Nottingham, discusses the outcome of the recent CJEU case C-310/17 Levola Hengelo v Smilde Foods and what it means for the world of copyright.