Check Copyright Permissions With OpenSearch

How many times you found an article on the Internet with the intention to share it with colleagues and friends, but you were discouraged, because you couldn’t determine quickly what were the copyright permissions to distribute?

Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) have started a new service called OpenSearch, which allows you to instantly find out what copyright permisions do you have. OpenSearch is available for download ( for Internet Explorer 7 and Firefox 2)from Copyright Labs, a testing ground for new services from the Copyright Clearance Center website.

"With OpenSearch™, all you have to do is select from your browser’s search drop down menu and you can instantly check our rights database for the permission you need."

If you are a frequent user of Google Scholar at the new Copyright Labs you can also try and download a new extension, that will give you a link on your browser with the available copyright permissions for your search results.

Via: E-Content

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3 Responses to Check Copyright Permissions With OpenSearch

  1. anonymous says:

    Anonymous writes:

    Since flexibility and assessment are such important determinants of the approaches to the differentiation growth plan of student learning, I try to combine these in as many ways as possible, thus treating students as adult learners. This is demonstrated by: Letting students choose their assessment package from a range of options; Substituting whole components of assessment, such as a research project for a case study, a computer-based learning program for a study guide; Choosing the topic of their case study project so that it is applicable to what they are interested in; Making minor changes to their assessment package along the way, such as deciding whether or not to complete a mid-semester exam (if they do not do a mid-semester exam, the percentage it would have been worth is added to the percentage value of the final exam); Doing some assessment tasks in teams and some individually.

  2. anonymous says:

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