Copyright and OpenAthens


Adu, Theresa L., and Thomas B. van der Walt. 2022. “Copyright Law and Academic Libraries: From Theory to Practice.” Journal of the History of Philosophy 60 (3): 725–44.

Fernández-Molina, Juan-Carlos, Daniel Martínez-Ávila, José Augusto Chaves Guimarães, and Eduardo Graziosi Silva. 2022. “Copyright Literacy and LIS Education: Analysis of its Inclusion in the Curricula of Master’s Degree Programs.” Heliyon 8 (1) (01): 1.

Hinchliffe, Lisa Janicke, Kaylen Dwyer, and Jayde Rose. 2022. “Copyright Education and the Role of Library Associations: Current Practices and Needed Support.” Journal of Librarianship & Scholarly Communication 10 (1): 1–20.

Iaia, Vincenzo. 2022. “To Be, or Not to Be… Original Under Copyright Law, That Is (One of) the Main Questions Concerning AI-Produced Works.” GRUR International 71 (9): 793-812.

Norris, Meghan E., Mark Swartz, and Valerie A. Kuhlmeier. 2023. “ The importance of copyright and shared norms for credit in Open Educational Resources.” Frontiers in Education 7:

Mskhvilidze, Tamar. 2022. “The Dead Sea Scrolls Case: Features of Intellectual Property Disputes in Private International Law.” Law and World 8 (3): 184–200.

Rimmer, Matthew. 2022. “The Internet Archive and the National Emergency Library: Copyright Law and COVID-19.” Laws 11 (5): 79.

Sewell, Claire. 2022. “Building Copyright Confidence through Community.” Legal Information Management 22 (3) (09): 151-155.


Inman, Megan, and Rebecca Tatterson. 2022. “Electronic Resource Usage During the Pandemic: A Snapshot Using OpenAthens.” Serials Review 48 (3/4): 217–21.

Li, Hong, Christopher Holly, and Timothy Goodrich. 2022. “OpenAthens Implementation: A Two-Phased Move at Our Library.” Serials Review 48 (3/4): 201–5.