Copyright and Your Dissertation

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Wednesday, September 16, 2020 from 6:00pm - 6:50pm

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Online

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SeriesCopyright workshops

Explore copyright and dissertations in a workshop facilitated by Melissa Levine, director of the U-M Library Copyright Office.

Have you ever wondered about the difference between copyright infringement and plagiarism? Do you know when it’s okay to use copyrighted works without permission or how to get permission when you need it? This workshop is primarily designed for students in the Rackham Graduate School, but all are welcome.

While we have provided a Zoom link for the workshop, please register if you plan to attend.

U-M Library copyright specialists are offering a series of 50-minute online educational workshops. The library offers a wide range of copyright services, and these workshops cover common topics of interest.

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Melissa Smith Levine · mslevine@umich.edu

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