Requesting permission for UK & US Books:
Requests to use content from an Academic or EDUK Oxford University Press book are handled by PLSclear - please submit requests here PLSclear. We recommend searching by ISBN to ensure you get the most accurate search result.
Also, before submitting your request please ensure that you have checked the credit line accompanying the material, the Copyright page and/or the Acknowledgements pages. Although Oxford may have published the book from which you want to reproduce material, we may not be the copyright holder of the material you wish to use. This will especially be the case if the requested material is part of an anthology or collected work (e. g. Oxford Book of...).
Please do not send duplicate requests
Oxford University Press works with a number of national Reproductive Rights Organisations (RROs) such as the Copyright Clearance Center (CCC) in the US and the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) in the UK, licensing them to grant photocopying and coursepack reuses on our behalf.
Copyright Clearance Center
OUP participates in the CCC's Annual Academic Copyright License, which allows faculty, researchers, and staff to use and distribute published content from millions of works across campus. OUP also participates in the CCC's Annual Copyright License (ACL), which allows corporate workers to share content across their companies around the world. If your organization is participating in either of these licenses, you may reuse content published by OUP.
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Copyright Licensing Agency
OUP also works with the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) in the UK, to grant photocopying and coursepack reuses for a variety of markets and purposes. For further information on the range of available licenses and their terms and conditions, please visit www.cla.co.uk or contact them at email@example.com
If having contacted the CCC or the CLA you are unable to obtain the rights you require, please request permission from us directly by filling in our online permissions request form (see above)
Requesting permission from other OUP divisions:
For permission to use material from titles published outside OUP's Academic Division or Oxford University Press USA, please contact the relevant departments:
We have partnered with the CCC's Rightslink service to fulfil all requests to reuse our journal content. Rightslink � is a fast easy-to-use online service, through which permission can be obtained within minutes, at the point of content.
In order to obtain permission for Oxford Journal Journal website
- Locate the article on the Oxford Journals website
- Follow the Permissions link to the Rightslink page
- Create your own Rightslink account (a two-step process) if you haven't already done so (this will include choosing either the credit card or invoice option should a request ever incur a fee)
- Select your reuse preferences and accept the terms and conditions (one click). If the reuse option required is not available, In the "I would like to" field select "I don't see my intended use" and in the "My special requirements are" field enter your full usage details. We will then review your request on Rightslink.
Publications outside the UK/USA:
For permission to use material from titles originally published outside the UK or the USA please contact the appropriate Oxford University Press office.
As a guide the originating office can be identified from the ISBN as indicated below.
019540000 - 019549999 Canada
019550000 - 019557999 Australia
019558000 - 019559999 New Zealand
019560000 - 019569999 India
019570000 - 019571999 South Africa
019572000 - 019574999 Kenya
019575000 - 019576999 Nigeria
019577000 - 019579999 Pakistan
019580000 - 019635999 Malaysia & Singapore
019580000 - 019635999 India
019647000 - 019699999 New Zealand