Relevant links about copyright
- Copyright in higher education (Surf)
- Copyright in higher education (only Dutch)
Website developed by Surf, specially aimed at academic authors. Includes extensive information on the use of sound and vision in education. Practical tools (only Dutch) for researchers, teachers and students.
- Copyright toolbox
The Copyright Toolbox is a tool developed by Surf for compiling a publishing agreement or license to publish a scientific work
- The Copyright Information Point of Leiden University
- Ius mentis
Website based on Dutch law in which Arnoud Engelfriet discusses matters related to copyright: when is a work copyrighted, how long does copyright last, who is holder of copyright, what may I do with a work, etc.
- Wikipedia Copyright
Article on copyright in Wikipedia
- Auteursrecht en onderwijs
Website (in Dutch) where various copyright organizations provide information on using film, music and written text in education.
Federatie Auteursrechtbelangen te Den Haag
- Video about copyrights
Citing and plagiarism
- What is permitted in citing texts by others is concisely described on this Surf page (pdf) (only Dutch)
- License to publish (only Dutch)
Part of the Copyright Toolbox. A license agreement which authors may use when publishing their work with a publisher. The essence of the license is that you retain the right to use the published version for teaching or research purposes, and to place it in the digital repository of the institution where you work. The publisher may stipulate that placement in the repository will take place only after a 6-month embargo period. The license is available in various languages.
- License to deposit (only Dutch)
Part of the knowledge site 'Auteursecht in het hoger onderwijs' (Copyright in higher education) developed by Surf. A license developed by Surf which authors may use to deposit their work (dissertation, article) in the repository of the institution where they work.
- Creative commons licences
Website where authors may choose from a number of standard licenses stipulating how others may use their work.
- TU/e Open Access Coach
All about open access journals and open access publishing.
- Wikepedia open access
The Wikipedia article on Open Access
- Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
Overview of open-access journals, published by Lund University
- Open access in individual disciplines
Part of website Open access in scholarly information, website providing relevant information on open access for various academic disciplines.
Database providing overview of publishers' policies in relation to open-access repositories.
- Comparison of BioMed Central’s article processing charges with those of other publishers
Overview comparing Biomed Central's 'article processing costs' with those of other publishers.