Researcher Development: Copyright for Researchers: An Overview
You are invited to participate in the University Library’s Copyright for Researchers: An Overview workshop. This session is designed for those that are moving towards or further into writing their thesis, or publishing work. The focus will be on:
- What Copyright involves and why it is important
- Including updates to legislation and moral rights
- International Copyright Law
- Moral Rights
- Creative Commons licensing
- The importance of citing your sources
There will be a follow-up workshop on Getting Permission, for those that would like a more in-depth view into 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.
Fremantle: St Teresa’s Library ND17/106. Please confirm your place by clicking the Register button below.
Broome and Sydney via BlackBoard Collaborate Ultra. To have the Collaborate link sent to you, please contact email@example.com using your Notre Dame email address to have the link sent to you at least 1 hour before the session starts.
Researcher Development classes
The University Library offers a range of free workshops to help develop skills and strategies for researchers. You may attend as many of our research skills (including referencing), publishing and research management sessions as you like. Sessions are added or updated often, so do check the Library Classes calendar regularly.
Related LibGuide: Copyright by Alison Gowers
- Tuesday, March 26, 2019
- 10:30am - 11:30am
- FRE-ND17/106 (Training Room)
- Fremantle Campus