Legal Considerations

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Individual authors or collaborators on projects associated with this consortium retain rights to their own work. They can use it again elsewhere, sell it to commercial publishers, grant other scholars and teachers the right to use it, just as they wish. But the Stoa must also retain non-exclusive rights to publication. This is necessary to prevent the later withdrawal from the consortium of scholarship on which people have built subsequent links and arguments. The Stoa's non-exclusive rights are essential to our strategy for achieving the central goals of long-term stability and interoperability.
 

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Please send your comments concerning The Stoa: A Consortium for Electronic Publication in the Humanities to Ross Scaife (scaife@stoa.org). This document was published on: 5 June 1998