Copyright for supervisors
Are you a PGR supervisor? Confused about copyright? This is designated, condensed training for those who supervise Postgraduate Research (PGR) students who wish to gain an understanding of copyright and how it applies to your student's e-thesis. Note that all PGR students have to now upload an electronic version of their thesis to Pure upon submission. This has significant implications for copyright.
This course will make supervisors aware of Queen's requirements for e-thesis submissions and the copyright implications for this
The training will include:
- Defining copyright
- Outlining the university's requirement for e-thesis
- Explaining the concept of fair dealing
- Outlining the process of seeking permission for copyright
If you are a supervisor of a PGR student, it is recommended you attend.
Please login using iTrent to register for this event
To book a place on this couse, please log into iTrent (via Queen's Online) and search for 'Copyright and E-thesis (for supervisors)', or you can email the OA Team and we will be happy to book a place for you.
This course will run (via Teams) on:
Wednesday 2nd December 2020: 13:00-13:45
Course Contact DetailsName: Open Access Team
Telephone: 028 9097 6274
New Course: No
Course Type(s): Library Training for Academic and Research Staff, Personal and Career Development, Research and Enterprise Skills
Staff Categories: Academic, Academic Related