Published 8 September 2020

How does an open access book publishing agreement differ from a non-open access agreement?

Where a non-open access book typically assigns most, if not all, copyright to a publisher, an open access book usually takes a Creative Commons (CC) licence which permits authors to retain copyright, whilst allowing readers to redistribute, re-use and adapt the content in new works under the terms of whichever licence is applied.

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