Sept 15 and 22: "Can I Use This?" Copyright and Permissions in Scholarly Publishing

Are you daunted by the prospect of getting permission to use the work of others in your publications?

Whether you plan to publish books, journal articles, or multimedia pieces (YouTube videos, podcasts, etc.), this two-part workshop will decipher all aspects of reusing copyrighted and open content.

After a basic introduction to copyright and copyright exceptions, you will learn how to analyze and interpret your publishers’ policies around using third-party materials, how to seek permissions to reuse these materials, and how to find and integrate openly licensed works into your publications.

After attending these two sessions, you will feel confident when engaging in the permissions process, and you will know where to turn if you need help.

Presented by Jody Bailey and Melanie Kowalski, of Woodruff Library’s Office of Scholarly Communications

Wednesday, Sept 15 and Sept 22

Noon - 1:00 pm

Zoom only

Register Here

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