HDR candidates must attend this session at least once during the first 12 months of candidature (full-time equivalent).
As a researcher it is important that you are aware of copyright obligations and privileges as both a creator and user of copyright protected material; understand your rights as the creator (e.g. author) of your thesis, research publications and other works; and realise your obligations in using the work of others, e.g. when reproducing figures, images, photos, tables, survey instruments, multimedia, other print and online materials.
This workshop introduces the copyright issues to be addressed throughout the thesis process – research, writing, submitting and publishing – and provides examples of how best to protect your copyright including assigning, licensing and seeking permissions to use other third party copyright materials. This workshop will provide practical advice and examples on how to submit your thesis to ResearchOnline@JCU (http://eprints.jcu.edu.au/) the JCU digital repository and how to promote your thesis through the repository.
Have you or do you intend to publish sections of your thesis or your thesis as a whole?
|Townsville||Thursday 22 March 2018||1:00pm to 3:00pm||JCU Halls, Endeavour Room|
|Cairns||Wednesday 11 April 2018||1:00pm to 3:00pm||A1-125|
|Cairns||Thursday 6 September 2018||1:00pm to 3:00pm||TBC|
|Townsville||Thursday 13 September 2018||1:00pm to 3:00pm||JCU Halls, Endeavour Room|
Registrations open 6 weeks prior to the workshop date via CareerHub.
It is preferable that attendance at this workshop is face to face but if you are unable to attend for a particular reason you may complete the equivalent online module in LearnJCU. The module can be found in the Higher Degree by Research organisation, in the Copyright folder. For information on how to access the organisation please refer to the Using CareerHub and LearnJCU guide.