The Copyright Agency is making it even easier to use copyright-protected text and images.
We’ve worked with international company Kortext to develop a new online product called FLEX, which makes the task of preparing course reading material simpler and faster for librarians and educators. In the UK, librarians from more than 100 educational institutions use a similar product which has been widely praised.
Developed in partnership with librarians
FLEX has been successfully trialled in libraries at a number of private colleges in Australia and is now an inclusion* as part of your annual Copyright Agency licence.
National Library Manager at the Australian College of Applied Psychology, Ian Drummond, says:
“FLEX provides a robust system for managing copyright compliance; compiling course material without reinventing the wheel; and has the added benefit of a central repository for storing and accessing content. FLEX has made our jobs easier so we can spend more time on adding value.”
- Access to digital original files from major publishers
Allen & Unwin, Australian Academic Press, Bloomsbury Publishing, Cengage, CSIRO, HarperCollins, McGraw-Hill, Pearson, PsychOz, Oxford University Press, Wiley and Wolters Kluwer.
- Access to high-quality British Library scans
Source very high-quality scans of any of the 80m+ works from the British Library with a 48-hour turnaround (fees apply).
- Automated copyright compliance management
The platform automatically performs compliance checks, as well as providing reporting and analytics.
- Onboarding support
Copyright Agency supports you throughout the onboarding process.
- Reading list content
Allows visibility of prescribed reading list content at a course level.
- Easily assign content to students
FLEX integrates with other popular third-party reading list applications and distributes material to students through your institute’s learning management system.
To book a demonstration of FLEX for librarians, contact:
Senior Manager, Education Licensing
t (02) 9394 7651
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