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Articles on ENCES
In 2009 Rainer Kuhlen and Karin Ludewig published an article on the foundation and development of ENCES entitled "ENCES - A European Network for Copyright in Support of Education and Science : one step forward to a science-friendly copyright in Europe" [URI]; first publ. in: Information - Wissenschaft und Praxis 60 (2009), 5, pp. 259-264.
Rainer Kuhlen talked at the French national workshop of the Medoanet project in Lyon-Villeurbanne on 22 November 2012. Title of the presentation is: "La situation de copyright en Allemagne et en Europe". Please find the slides on our websites or at http://www.kuhlen.name/MATERIALIEN/Vortraege2012/rk-copyright-allemagne-europe-22112012-PDF.pdf.
Tartu University Library – Open Access Workshop
During the International Open Access Week (18-24 October 2010) the Tartu University Library hosted a workshop on 19-20 October 2010.
Rainer Kuhlen, chairman of the ENCES e.V. association, contributed to the workshop on 20 October. He spoke on behalf of ENCES and presented a generic copyright clause for scholarship and education.
Rainer Kuhlen, "ENCES and the need for a European wide general copyright exception in favor of science and education" [pdf]
5th UNICA Scholarly Communication Seminar
On 7-9 November 2010 the 5th Scholarly Communication Seminar of UNICA (Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe) took place in the Universidade Nova de Lisboa in Lisbon.
ENCES was invited to contribute to the seminar entitled “Find it, Get it, Use it, Store it". Karin Ludewig, secretary of the ENCES e.V. association, spoke on behalf of the network and new founded association.
Karin Ludewig,"An International Association for the Promotion of a Scholarship-Friendly Copyright" (slides) [pdf]
Karin Ludewig,"An International Association for the Promotion of a Scholarship-Friendly Copyright" (text) [pdf]
Karin Ludewig, “Find it, Get it, Use it, Store it - A Report from the 5th UNICA Scholarly Communication Seminar" [pdf]
ENCES published a press release on the proposed German ancillary copyright in small parts of journalistic articles in favor of media publishers ("Leistungsschutzrecht für Presseverlage") on 12 November 2012 [pdf].