Web2Rights Ltd specialises in the production of tailor made resources which support content creators and users to understand licensing, copyright and other legal issues associated with Web engagement

The Web2Rights team has a proven track record in the development of high quality resources which ensure that you choose the right licences at the right time.

Latest News

17th January 2013 - WebRights Ltd is delighted be working with Professor Charles Oppenheim on a new copyright toolkit for NHS Education for Scotland

1st January 2013 - Web2Rights wishes all its clients, friends and users of our openly licensed resources a very Happy New Year!

The Web2Rights team's "Turning A Resource into an Open Educational Resource" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUVW5fhQP2k and "Open Data Licensing" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tvwp5LK_Wko animations which are both available on YouTube,continue to receive excellent viewing numbers. We are grateful to Jisc and the HEA for providing us with the opportunity to create these openly licensed resources.

The Government has just announced potential sweeping changes to the copyright legislation, which it hopes to implement through secondary legislative changes. Web2Rights Ltd and its copyright expert, Naomi Korn (www.naomikorn.com) will be monitoring what these changes might mean for our community on the Web2Rights blog when the draft legislation is published http://www.ipo.gov.uk/types/hargreaves.htm

Our expertise


  • Copyright, and other Intellectual Property Rights
  • Contracts and licensing
  • Other Legal Issues
  • Web 2.0
  • E-learning and learning technologies
  • Web accessibility and usability
  • User focussed design
  • Open and distance learning
  • Prince2 Project Management

We create


  • Learning objects
  • Workflows
  • Process charts
  • Audio visuals and animations
  • Interactive tools and online wizards
  • Training programmes and facilitation
  • Briefing papers
  • FAQs
  • Contracts

We work with


  • Further and Higher Education institutions
  • FE/HE funders
  • Businesses
  • Professional organisations
  • cultural heritage and other public sector organisations