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Rights & permissions

The Children’s and Educational Rights Department looks after subsidiary rights for all of OUP's Children's and Educational titles covering our trade and schoolbooks lists

Rights & permissions

The Children’s and Educational Rights Department looks after subsidiary rights for all of OUP's Children's and Educational titles covering our trade and schoolbooks lists

Our licensing activity includes translations, reprints, dictionary licensing, permissions, film & TV rights and electronic licensing.

Each year the team attends the London and Bologna Book Fairs in the Spring and the Frankfurt Book Fair in the Autumn. We also visit a number of countries throughout the year and welcome representatives from overseas publishers to our Oxford office. Please contact us if you would like to meet with us to discuss your interest in licensing.

For any general Rights queries, please contact Madeleine Chambers(Madeleine.Chambers@oup.com

Meet the team

Anne-Marie Hansen Head of Rights

Polly Silk Rights Manager

Regina Irwin Rights Manager

Laurelie Schrab Rights Manager

Alexandra Bielikova Rights Assistant

Madeleine Chambers Rights Assistant

Applying for permission to use an OUP Children's or Educational Publication via this Website

If you are applying to use an extract or illustration from an Oxford University Press Children's or Educational Book, please complete the form found here and send it to our permissions department (EDUK.permissions@oup.com).

Please note that in some cases we are not the copyright holder of the extract or work we publish. This is particularly the case with anthologies of poems, collections of stories, and for photographs used in our books. In these cases please check the acknowledgments page (if there is one) or the credits given in the imprint/ copyright page where the relevant details will be given.

When you apply for permission, please allow at least 2 months before your publication goes to print (or you performance takes place) in case you need to apply elsewhere, and allow at least four weeks for a reply. We will endeavour to reply to you as swiftly as possible.

Please note that we cannot grant permission over the phone.

Visual Impairment

We are now working in partnership with RBIN Bookshare UK Education Collection, a web-based service by the RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People), to provide accessible versions of all our educational titles for the Visually Impaired.

To request a copy of any of our publications in an accessible format, please register your details at the Bookshare website (www.rnibbookshare.org). Once an account has been created, you will be able to browse the available titles and select any that are required free of charge.

Electronic Rights

OUP has an active licensing policy across the full range of our titles and we have licensed material into a wide range of electronic platforms including amongst others CD-ROM, DVD, on-line, e-book, software development, mobile technologies and the Internet.

We have a large range of electronic titles, many of which support our literacy programmes and curriculum courses. Many of our print titles also have potential to be used in electronic format. Please contact us for catalogues and further information.