The Journal of Copyright In Education and Librarianship 

an OA publication from the US library/copyright community, just put out a call for articles for a special issue related to " Copyright in Systems of Open Knowledge". Perhaps of interest to people here! Here's the announcement: 

"Copyright and systems of open knowledge are deeply intertwined. From foundational issues in ownership and authors’ rights to nuanced questions about respecting traditional knowledge or compliance with the forthcoming OSTP Memo, open practices are grounded in copyright law. As librarians, researchers, and educators work to build more open, inclusive, and sustainable systems of scholarly communication they need to understand the law as it is and articulate a vision for what the law should be. This special issue will introduce the state of the art in this emerging area and chart a course for closer alignment of copyright and open practices in education and librarianship."


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