The Scholarly Communications regularly offers workshops on copyright, open access, etc.

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Register for upcoming workshops offered by the Scholarly Communications team.

Access workshop materials and recordings from Scholarly Communications and other Emory Libraries departments that you can watch on your own time (requires Emory NetID). 

Our “Copyright and Your Emory Thesis or Dissertation” workshop is a series of four videos that we have made available online. To access the videos, click the link above and self-enroll in the Workshops at the Emory Woodruff Library Canvas Course. Once in the course, click on “Modules” and scroll down to “Module: Copyright & Your Emory Thesis or Dissertation” to access the series of four videos that include the following:

  1. Copyright Basics - Learn the basics of U.S. copyright law. 
  2. Fair Use - Understand how to apply the fair use exemption in copyright law to your thesis or dissertation.  
  3. Getting Permission - Learn how to ask a rights holder for permission to reuse their copyrighted work. 
  4. Impact of Publication - Learn more about how previous publication of parts of your dissertation or thesis can impact you.