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Researcher Development: Getting Permission: Using images, music and other people’s work in your thesis or coursework (Collaborate Online Session)

Researcher Development: Getting Permission: Using images, music and other people’s work in your thesis or coursework (Collaborate Online Session)

Times: 11am-12pm AWST / 1pm-2pm AEST

You are invited to participate in the University Library’s Getting Permission: Using images, music and other people’s work in your thesis or coursework workshop. This session – repeated across two dates in Semester One – aims to explore the cross-over between what the copyright requirements are for using third party material within your work prior to the final submission and publication of your thesis or coursework.

  • Do I need permission?
  • What is a public domain item and can I use it?
  • Deciphering Creative Commons licensed material
  • Requesting permission from the copyright owner
  • Publication refusal and plagiarism

If you would like an overview on copyright for researchers prior to attending this workshop, please register for the Copyright for Researchers: An overview workshop that will also be running this Semester.

This session will be held online via Collaborate. The link will be sent to all participants prior to the session start time.

Related LibGuide: Copyright by Alison Gowers

Date:
Monday, May 7, 2018
Time:
11:00am - 12:00pm
Categories:
Researcher Development  

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