The Copyright of Translation

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Thursday, February 11, 2021 from 8:00pm - 8:50pm



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SeriesCopyright workshops

This brand-new workshop is specially designed for scholars who produce translation as a part of their academic publications. We'll cover useful concepts such as derivative works, exclusive rights of a copyright holder, public domain, fair use, contractual restrictions, copyright restoration, and jurisdiction. This workshop, led by Yuanxiao Xu of the U-M Library Copyright Office, will equip you with the necessary knowledge to make decisions on how to use your translation.

While we have provided a Zoom link for the workshop, please register if you plan to attend. Register above via TeachTech or by contacting Yuanxiao at

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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