Tuesday 30 March 2021

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Scholarly Horizons - a new resource for all things copyright and more

Denise Nicholson, the specialist librarian in copyright and scholarly communication, has launched Scholarly Horizons, a resource and advisory service for publishers, researchers and academics and more! According to the website launched this week, Scholarly Horizons offers various web sessions which are particularly useful for academics, authors, postgraduate students, and librarians, but can also be tailored for corporates, government departments, specific interest groups, freelancers, NGO’s, authors, and/or secondary school teachers and learners.

In addition to this educational content, it has published its maiden informative ebulletin and they provide an array of related services which are described here

This new service addresses a neglected need in the field of copyright and related rights. Knowing Denise from her work at Wits University, the service is likely to be of high quality and affordable. Afro-IP will be tracking her progress with interest and with luck she will send a guest post for our readers when she gets a gap.

You can read more about Denise on this blog, here.


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