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Wed 31 Jan 2018
13:00 - 14:00


Provided by: Cambridge University Libraries


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How to Avoid Falling Onto the Spikes of Copyright

Wed 31 Jan 2018


No-one wants to lose critical time (and hearts) trying to jump over impossibly big copyright pits of spikes right? In this session we will explore the often confusing and discombobulating world of copyright and what happens when you share or publish your work. We'll introduce you to tricky concepts such as third party copyright and how to protect your own work, as well as how to use free licensing tools to maximise the reach of your own research as well as using other peoples work, but legally.

While the session has a STEM focus, it is open to all University members.

This session is part of our gaming-themed Moore Methods lunchtime series of talks.

Target audience

STEM undergraduates

STEM graduates

STEM researchers


Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainers
1 Wed 31 Jan 2018   13:00 - 14:00 13:00 - 14:00 Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Betty and Gordon Moore Library, Glass Room map George Cronin,  Amy Theobald
Research Skills

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