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World Book & Copyright Day Subject Week

April 21, 2020

World Book and Copyright Day is a celebration to promote the free and equal dissemination of knowledge, as well as the enjoyment of books and reading. Each year, on 23 April, celebrations take place all over the world to recognize the scope of books - a link between the past and the future, a bridge between generations and across cultures.

Please find below selected e-resources from Panitza Library collections.

Cribb, J., & Hartomo, T. S. (2010). Open Science: Sharing Knowledge in the Global Century. CSIRO Publishing. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Drassinower, A. (2015). What’s Wrong with Copying? Harvard University Press. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Fishman, S. (2017). The Copyright Handbook: What Every Writer Needs to Know. NOLO. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Haney, A. B., & Daly, I. (2014). 53 Interesting Ways to Communicate Your Research. The Professional and Higher Partnership Ltd. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Meier, N., & Wegener, C. (2017). The Open Book: Stories of Academic Life and Writing or Where We Know Things. Brill | Sense. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

National, R. C., Board, O. S. T. A. E., & Committee, O. T. I. O. C. (2013). Copyright in the digital era: Building evidence for policy. National Academies Press. Retrieved from ProQuest Ebook Central.

Poynter, D. (2006). Book Publishing Encyclopedia: Tips & Resources for Authors & Publishers: Vol. 2nd ed., completely rev. Electronic & Database Publishing, Inc. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Rennison, N. (2008). 100 must-read life-changing books. Bloomsbury Publishing Plc. Retrieved from ProQuest Ebook Central.

Wandtke, A. (2017). Copyright law. De Gruyter, Inc. Retrieved from ProQuest Ebook Central.

Warda, M. (2004). How to register your own copyright. Sphinx Publishing. Retrieved from ProQuest Ebook Central.

Woudhuysen, H. R., & Suarez, M. F. (2013). The Book : A Global History. OUP Oxford. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

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