The Copyright Pentalogy Book: An Open Access Success Story

Michael Geist Blog | October 29, 2013 Geist’s book – The Copyright Pentalogy: How the Supreme Court of Canada Shook the Foundations of Canadian Copyright Law published by the University of Ottawa Press (UO)) is available for purchase and is as a free download under a Creative Commons License. It is the first in a new collection from UOP on law, technology and society. “The University of Ottawa Press reports that the webpage for the book is among the most accessed on the site. In less than six months, the book ranks among the top 35 books for page views (some books have appeared on the site for years). Downloads of the book are also popular at the University of Ottawa’s uO Research, the University’s institutional repository as it is one of the three most accessed items in the entire repository.”