"PHAROS – an international consortium of fourteen European and North American art-historical photographic archives – has published a ground-breaking new report exploring the cross-border copyright issues involved in creating an online open-access research platform.
An occasional newsletter from the editors of Feeding the Elephant: A Forum for Scholarly Communications.
Financial Health of Colleges & Universities
Kelly Grotke, “Are Endowments Damaging Colleges and Universities?,” The American Prospect, https://prospect.org/education/are-endowments-damaging-colleges-and-universities/
Brigitte Vézina and Alexis Muscat write about galleries, libraries, archives and museums sharing the works of indigenous people:
Feeding the Elephant just issued a guest post by Sara R. Benson, Interim Head of the Scholarly Commons and Copyright Librarian, University of Illinois Library:
Getting permission to reproduce copyrighted material in your own work can be intimidating and frustrating, and most scholars don’t get much, if any, training in how to do it. You won’t be surprised to learn there is no one simple trick, but the following tips aim to demystify the process and make it easier to manage.
Please accept my apologies for misleading you. For some reason, this column doesn't seem to have a direct link. Try this link (below) which SHOULD go to the section on "Working with your Editor." in the Feeding the Elephant section of the Book Channel. The post on plagiarism should be visible. If that doesn't work, try going to the H-Net commons, then select "H-Net Services" and then select "The Book Channel" If neither of those works, let me know and I will take it up with H-Net.
This is a topic of great interest to me; and thank you for this post. However, when I click on the link you provided, I am being directed to this: https://networks.h-net.org/node/24339/discussions/3782735/new-slave-voya... , which seems to be about African American history. Is anyone else having this experience?
The Feeding the Elephant blog on the H-Net book channel recently posted a Guest Post by Walter Biggins, editor-in-chief, University of Pennsylvania Press entitled "Working with your editor: previously published material in your manuscript. Dr. Biggins warns that: