Copyright and open access: Your thesis and beyondCode: LIB202, Offered By: Research Study Skills
What is copyright, and how does it affect you as a researcher? Come along to this workshop to find out how you can reuse material fairly and legally in your writing - and how copyright protects works that you produce. Discover how the Library is advancing efforts in open access publishing to make your research available to the widest possible audience.
Please bring along any current queries for a roundtable discussion.
All researchers who are thinking about ways to disseminate their research.
Aims and Objectives
This session will introduce:
Fundamentals of UK copyright law
Copyright status and ways to reuse different types of material
The University of Sheffield's three repositories for theses, publications and data
Open Research and the possibilities of open access
Participants will be able to:
Understand how legal exceptions, licences, and permissions can be utilised to reuse copyright works
Understand the rights authors hold in their publications and other intellectual outputs
Be aware of their responsibilities with regard to making their theses and research publications open access
Use different tools to access a variety of open research material
Seminar and interactive session with group activities. The sessions will normally last 1.5 hours, webinars will last for 1 hour.
There will be no formal assessment. We suggest you use the objectives and learning outcomes above to reflect on what you have learned in this session and record this in your DDP e-portfolio.
Ruth Mallalieu, Sharon Cocker and Emily Nunn
Tue, Mar 17th 2020, 10:30
Venue: Pam Liversidge, Room: Design Studio 2 (E05)
Tutor: Ruth Mallalieu, Sharon Cocker, Emily Nunn
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