Copyright for your Thesis: How to use Images and other material
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Are you in the midst of writing your thesis? Are there images or portions of published manuscripts you are planning to use in your thesis? Do you have concerns over how copyright laws could delay your thesis submission?
In this session you will learn:
- to examine your thesis for copyright compliance
- the laws relating to using copyrighted images
- to identify copyright material
- about creative commons licenses
- about using material from online resources
- about author rights
Please note: the last 30 minutes of this session will be for questions/consultation and attendance is optional.
Stephanie Savage is a Scholarly Communications and Copyright Services Librarian at UBC Library. In her current role, she provides copyright expertise to the UBC community and helps develop open initiatives on campus and support researchers in disseminating their research as widely as possible.
General registration opens on Monday, March 20 at 9:00 AM.
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