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Copyright and Fair Use in Dissertation and Thesis Writing

Copyright and Fair Use in Dissertation and Thesis Writing

Copyright issues have become more important, and more contentious, than ever before. This workshop will examine some of the basic principles of copyright law and discuss how they apply to the dissertation and master's thesis. We will also consider the issue of intellectual property ownership for scholars and how that ownership can best be managed to serve the interests of the scholar and of the academic community in general.  

*Although anyone may register, this event will be most useful to students who are writing dissertation and master's theses.

Arnetta Girardeau is the Copyright and Information Policy Consultant at Duke University Libraries. She is the libraries’ first point of contact for copyright and related law questions and consultations and conducts outreach and education on copyright and connected issues.  She is a Duke alum (MA, Cultural Anthropology), and is also a graduate of Florida State (MSLIS), UNC School of Law (JD), and Harvard (AB, History).

Hosted by Duke University Libraries 

Date:
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Time:
1:30pm - 2:30pm
Location:
Bostock 127 (The Edge Workshop Room)
Campus:
West Campus
Categories:
Copyright   Public Event   Publishing   ScholarWorks   Scholarly Communications   Science Event  
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Arnetta Girardeau
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