[A2k] A better copyright reform for education

Teresa Hackett teresa.hackett at eifl.net
Tue Feb 14 03:25:16 PST 2017

EIFL joins advocates of quality education to call for a better copyright
reform in Europe

In 2016, libraries globally were set to spend 30 billion USD on books,
journals, databases and other information resources, mostly paid from
public funds. So when it comes to using the resources, libraries want fair
access for their users, reasonable ability to reuse the material and value
for taxpayer money. That’s why EIFL has joined a call by 34 organizations
representing education, libraries and an open internet for a better
copyright reform for education in Europe.

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