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Copyright for your Thesis: Getting and Giving Permissions

This workshop offers practical answers to common questions related to copyright issues that are asked by McGill graduate students who prepare their thesis for submission.

How to get permissions to include third-party martials in the thesis? Who has the copyright for the submitted thesis? Do you have to ask for a permission to publish your defended thesis or its parts as an article(s) or a book? Is it possible to withhold the thesis from being made public in McGill online repository?

Other topics addressed in the workshop include: rights of copyright holders, including moral rights, types of works protected by copyright, and duration of copyright in Canada.

Friday, November 29, 2019
1.5 h
HSSL - Research Commons
McLennan Library Building
Associated Branch: 
Humanities and Social Sciences Library
Downtown Campus

Registrations are closed for this Library Workshop Session

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