Copyright and the student
This workshop is suitable for:
Academics and any support staff who deliver to students
In the digital era, when information
is so easily copied, copyright has become something of a bogeyman
in Higher Education where it is usually bound up with plagiarism.
Copyright is literally the right given to the creator of an
artistic work to copy that work and distribute the copies for
recompense. This session will outline the main issues regarding
copyright in Higher Education and give guidance so that you and
your students can avoid infringing anyone else’s copyright.
- To understand the main parts of the
Higher Education copyright licence
- To show an appreciation of the
copyright issues surrounding the key resources used in Higher
Education – online and print
- To find out about the options the
library has for making material accessible, within copyright
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