The Copyright Office staff gives presentations on copyright basics, Creative Commons, open access, data sharing, and scholarly communication. Call us to set up a talk with your group about copyright at the University.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to invite us to your class.
Here is our roster of workshops both upcoming and a sample of past topics.
Copyright and Your Dissertation [REGISTER]
Tue, 11/19, 11:00 am-12:00 pm
Copyright for the dissertation writer is not that scary, we promise! In this workshop we’ll cover data, images, and reusing prior published articles in your dissertation. We’ll also show you how to protect your copyright as an author and how to get permissions when necessary. This session is specifically for those working on a dissertation or thesis.
Stay tuned for Winter 2014 workshops. We will be making them available for registration in early January.
General Overview of Copyright
Copyright and Fair Use
Copyright and Using Movies and Videos
Copyright and Using Images
Copyright and Your Dissertation
Other recent workshop topics:
- November 7, 2013: Kristina Eden, Copyright and Using Images, Faculty Exploratory
- October 21, 2013: Melissa Levine, Open Access Essentials, Faculty Exploratory
- October 2, 2013: Kristina Eden, Copyright for Using Movies and Videos, Faculty Exploratory
- September 23, 2013: Kristina Eden, Fair Use and Copyright Best Practices, Faculty Exploratory
- September 18, 2013: Kristina Eden, General Overview of Copyright, Faculty Exploratory
- June 20, 2013: Copyright Camp! with guest head camp counselor: Michael Carroll, JD on copyright and data.
- June 3, 2013: Kristina Eden, Copyright Basics, Faculty Exploratory
- May 10, 2013: Melissa Levine, Your Publishing Contracts, Enriching Scholarship
- May 8, 2013: Kristina Eden, Copyright Nuts & Bolts for Using Video, Enriching Scholarship
- May 7, 2013: Meredith Kahn & Kristina Eden, Copyright Nuts & Bolts for Using Images, Enriching Scholarship
- May 6, 2013: Melissa Levine, Copyright Basics, Enriching Scholarship