Leveraging Your Rights as an Author: Copyright, Publishing, and Author Rights for Graduate Students

Tuesday, November 7, 2017
The registration period has closed for this event.

4:00 PMĀ  - 5:00 PM


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Registration open through 10/31/2017 11:45 PM EST

Details
In this session we will help you learn about your rights as an author, including how to use your rights under copyright law to both protect your work from the possible threats that exist in publishing and empower you as a creator of scholarship. Topics will include protecting your work from predatory publishers, negotiating publishing contracts, navigating copyright law, and utilizing open licenses to promote your scholarship while retaining control of it.
- Copyright for authors
- Publishing contracts and restrictions
- Embargoes
- Predatory publishers
- Open licensing and Creative Commons

This workshop is ONLY open to Graduate students, and Post-docs.

Registration ends 1 week prior to the workshop - food is provided.

Location
Kelvin Smith Library - KSL215

11055 Euclid Avenue
Second Floor
Cleveland, OH 44106

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Presenting

KSL Library Staff


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