A million student downloads for Digital Content Store

The Copyright Licensing Agency has announced that its Digital Content Store (DCS), a content platform for higher education, has achieved 1,000,000 student downloads.

This significant milestone has been reached in just over six months; the DCS launched in July of last year. Since launch, the system has been adopted by many licensees, with 66 higher education institutions (HEIs) currently signed up to the system.

The DCS now has more than 100,000 items of content and over 120,000 active links for students to access.

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