Tutorials and Training
CORNELL COPYRIGHT TRAINING PROGRAMS
- Cornell Copyright Education Program
Free, self-paced online course written by the IT Policy Office and produced and powered by eCornell
CORNELL COPYRIGHT WORKSHOP SERIES
Keeping your Copyright
This workshop is designed for content producers.
Much ado has recently been made about securing permission from other copyright holders, but what are your rights as an author? Peter Hirtle, Intellectual Property Officer at Cornell University Library, explains how you as authors can make sure that you have the right to repost your work, use it in your classes or give other colleagues permission to use it as well as how to successfully negotiate for better and broader control of your own publications. Please Note: You must be current faculty, student or staff member to attend.
Currently, no sessions are scheduled. To schedule a session for your department email email@example.com.
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