When is copyright copywrong? Copyright perspectives to consider when researching and writing your thesis
Popular copyright arguments that are regularly presented by students and staff include ‘it’s on the internet, so I assume it’s for free’ or ‘I altered the original image or content so I don’t need permission’ or ‘it says royalty-free, so I can use it’. This presentation addresses copyright myths and deals with what is permissible as well as the limitations and restrictions regarding the use of third party content within a thesis or dissertation and then briefly looks at the ownership of this content created by SU students during the course of the execution of their study obligations (including all research conducted as part of such studies).
- Wednesday, August 1, 2018
- 12:30 - 13:30
- Health Sciences