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Copyright training for research students in the School of Arts and Social Sciences

This presentation is an overview of copyright information that you should be aware of when doing your research and writing your thesis. You will inevitably draw upon and quote other peoples work (such as text, illustrations and diagrams), and possibly material from archives, museums and other sources, and so it is important that you are are aware of what is legally permitted without asking permission from copyright holders, and when it is necessary to request permission.

The session will include information about how long copyright lasts, how much you can copy from a work, how to request permission, and other legal compliance issues such as confidentiality. It will also cover the implications of theses being made publicly available online on City Research Online, which is City's research repository.

Related LibGuide: Copyright by Stephen Penton

Date:
Thursday 10 December 2020
Time:
11:00am - 11:45am
Event organiser:
Stephen Penton
Audience:
  Postgraduate  
Categories:
  Arts and Social Sciences  

Registration is required. There are 25 seats available.

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