Researcher Development: Getting Permission: Using images, music and other people’s work in your thesis or coursework
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 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.
Fremantle: St Teresa’s Library ND17/106. Please confirm your place by clicking the Register button below.
Broome & Sydney: streamed via Collaborate Ultra. Please contact Jackie Stevens firstname.lastname@example.org to have the guest link sent to you at least 1 hour prior to the start of the session.
Related LibGuide: Copyright by Alison Gowers
- Monday, May 13, 2019
- 10:30am - 11:30am
- FRE-ND17/106 (Training Room)
- Fremantle Campus