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'''Chair:''' Vicky Wells, Director of Contracts and Subsidiary Rights, University of North Carolina Press
 
'''Chair:''' Vicky Wells, Director of Contracts and Subsidiary Rights, University of North Carolina Press
  
'''Panelists:''' Chris Cosner, Systems Manager, Stanford University Press
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'''Panelists:''' Chris Cosner, IT Manager, Stanford University Press
  
 
Karen Pelaez, Subsidiary Rights and Contracts, Harvard University Press
 
Karen Pelaez, Subsidiary Rights and Contracts, Harvard University Press

Latest revision as of 18:02, 21 May 2012

We task authors with clearing permissions for third-party content, be it maps, figures, photographs, or text. How do we keep up with this cumbersome but essential information? Here we share and discuss solutions—from dynamic questionnaires to databases to online portals—that deliver data from the author to the press.



Chair: Vicky Wells, Director of Contracts and Subsidiary Rights, University of North Carolina Press

Panelists: Chris Cosner, IT Manager, Stanford University Press

Karen Pelaez, Subsidiary Rights and Contracts, Harvard University Press



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