R & D project

TNE licensing pilot

Improving the parity of access to library resources for offshore learners

Archived

This project was archived on 31 October 2019

  • 2 years

    Ended 31 Jul 2019

    100%
  • Budget:

    £50k to £250k

  • Expected outcome:

    New service

Tags:
Content
International
Libraries
Student using a computer in the library
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Meet the project team

Project timeline

This project ran until summer 2019

TNE additional authorised user (AAU) addendum - Wiley Online Library Journals and OA offset 2019

Content licensing for transnational education (TNE) - lightning talk from UKSG Conference 2019

Content licensing for transnational education (TNE) - lightning talk from UKSG Conference 2019

Case study: University of Reading - an exemplar approach to differentiating TNE students and staff in response to commonplace publisher licence restrictions

TNE licensing pilot project starts.