Introduction to copyright: Copyright and publishing

Date:

20/05/2022

Organised by:

UK Data Service

Presenter:

Hannah Pyman and Dr Hina Zahid

Level:

Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)

Contact:

Sorcha O'Callaghan
sorcha.ocallaghan@manchester.ac.uk

Map:

View in Google Maps  (M13 9PL)

Venue:

The Cathie Marsh Institute
School of Social Sciences
Humanities Bridgeford St Building
University of Manchester
Manchester

Description:

This workshop is the first of two on ‘Introduction to Copyright’. The first session focuses on copyright considerations in the context of publishing while the second session focusses on copyright issues in secondary data use.

Copyright is an area of scholarly communications that affects every researcher at some stage of their academic career. Engaging with copyright is therefore crucial to any involvement in both publishing and teaching, affecting individuals, and potentially the reputation of the institution.

The first session will introduce attendees to the brief origins of copyright with a focus on copyright considerations in both publishing and teaching. By the end of the session, attendees will have a better understanding of different terms and licences available for publishing in different formats.

Cost:

Free

Website and registration:

Region:

North West

Keywords:

Research Management and Impact, Research Skills, Communication and Dissemination

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