Copyright in Online Environments and International Collaborations in the Humanities and Social Sciences
What do you need to know about standards of copyright and fair use when sharing materials in online learning management systems, digital publishing projects, open educational resources, or your thesis and dissertation? How can digital note taking tools help you make sure that you keep track of your sources, and that your references are appropriate and complete? Specialists in Copyright and Information Policy, Digital Publishing, and International and Area Studies at Duke Libraries will provide opportunities for a wide-ranging discussion of copyright issues in online environments. This workshop is intended for graduate students in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Students in engineering and sciences should to register for Copyright and Fair Use in Research and Publishing for Engineeering and Sciences, which will address similar topics in their disciplines.
Co-Director, ScholarWorks: A Center for Scholarly Publishing at Duke University Libraries; and Head, Digital Scholarship & Publishing Services at Duke University Libraries
Contact me for questions related to planning and managing projects (firstname.lastname@example.org) or drop-by Open Studio (Tuesdays 1:30-3:00 PM, Murthy Digital Studio in Bostock Library).