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Copyright, Publishing and Open Access: What You Need To Know 
Elizabeth La Beaud, Digital Lab Manager 
Sarah Mangrum, Circ...
Introductions
What is Copyright? 
Set of rights protecting “original works of authorship that are fixed in a tangible 
form of expressio...
Author’s Basic 5 Rights 
1. Right to reproduce 
2. Right to prepare derivative works 
3. Right to distribute 
4. Right to ...
How long does copyright last? 
It Depends… 
Life of the author + 70 years 
What happens for that 70 years? Your estate or ...
Creative Commons Licenses 
• Give content creators a way to share 
their works while still maintaining 
copyright 
• Allow...
Things to know about Creative 
Commons Licenses 
• EVERY CC license requires that users give appropriate credit or attribu...
Attribution Only: This icon is the basis for all other CC licenses. It requires anyone who uses 
the work to give appropri...
Types of CC Licenses 
• Public Domain 
• Attribution Only 
• Attribution, ShareAlike 
• Attribution, No Derivatives 
• Att...
How to obtain a Creative Commons License 
Image by Creative Commons /CC BY 4.0 
www.creativecommons.org 
/choose
Open Access Is… 
• Information that is free to read, unrestricted and online 
• A movement that aspires to increase access...
Advantages of Open Access 
• Greater visibility and impact of research 
• Increased opportunities for collaboration 
• Eas...
Ways to Support Open Access 
• Use open access resources when conducting research 
• Publish works in open access journals...
Types of Open Access 
• Three basic types of Open Access 
• Green: refers to self-archiving in repositories 
3 basic versi...
Publisher Agreements 
• Read them. 
• Know what rights you are surrendering. 
• Know what rights you are retaining. 
• Neg...
Fair Use 
1. The purpose and character of the use 
2. The nature of the copyrighted work 
3. The amount and substantiality...
Additional Resources 
Copyright 
• Copyright Search 1978-Present 
• Copyright Records Pre-1977 
• Copyright Term and the P...
QUESTIONS?
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COPYRIGHT, PUBLISHING AND OPEN ACCESS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TUESDAY, OCT. 21, 3:30 P.M. – Cook Library, room 123

Presenters: Sarah Mangrum, Circulation Librarian, University Libraries and Elizabeth La Beaud, Digital Lab Manager, University Libraries

This presentation will address everything you need to know about the relationship between copyright and open access, author’s rights, how to navigate creative commons licenses and publisher contracts and when to seek permission for using copyrighted works in research.

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Copyright, Publishing and Open Access: What You Need To Know

  1. 1. Copyright, Publishing and Open Access: What You Need To Know Elizabeth La Beaud, Digital Lab Manager Sarah Mangrum, Circulation Librarian
  2. 2. Introductions
  3. 3. What is Copyright? Set of rights protecting “original works of authorship that are fixed in a tangible form of expression.” Title 17, U.S. Code
  4. 4. Author’s Basic 5 Rights 1. Right to reproduce 2. Right to prepare derivative works 3. Right to distribute 4. Right to display publicly 5. Right to perform publicly Copyright is automatic. © Elizabeth La Beaud
  5. 5. How long does copyright last? It Depends… Life of the author + 70 years What happens for that 70 years? Your estate or heirs inherit your rights. If the author or death date is unknown, 120 years from date of creation.
  6. 6. Creative Commons Licenses • Give content creators a way to share their works while still maintaining copyright • Allow the public to use works, under specific circumstances, without having to pay any license or royalty fees Photo by Creative Commons / CC BY 4.0
  7. 7. Things to know about Creative Commons Licenses • EVERY CC license requires that users give appropriate credit or attribution • CC licensors may not revoke the license unless the terms of the license are not being followed • There are 6 CC licenses that are available for world-wide usage • CC licenses last as long as the copyright on the work
  8. 8. Attribution Only: This icon is the basis for all other CC licenses. It requires anyone who uses the work to give appropriate credit. ShareAlike: This icon is the foundation for the idea of open-source works. It allows users to edit or make changes to the original work, but not create derivatives. No Derivatives: This icon allows users to use the work for ANY purpose as long as the original work is not changed in any way. Non-Commercial: This icon allows users to add to, modify, change, etc. the original work as Photos by Creative Commons / CC BY 4.0 long as it is done in a non-commercial manner.
  9. 9. Types of CC Licenses • Public Domain • Attribution Only • Attribution, ShareAlike • Attribution, No Derivatives • Attribution, Non-Commercial • Attribution, Non-Commercial, ShareAlike • Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives Photo by Creative Commons / CC BY 4.0
  10. 10. How to obtain a Creative Commons License Image by Creative Commons /CC BY 4.0 www.creativecommons.org /choose
  11. 11. Open Access Is… • Information that is free to read, unrestricted and online • A movement that aspires to increase access to information and innovation • About the freedom of information and knowledge • Made available largely through open access journals, subject specific and institutional repositories, where research is posted online for anyone to access
  12. 12. Advantages of Open Access • Greater visibility and impact of research • Increased opportunities for collaboration • Easier access to information for ALL • Encourages and enables innovation • Faster than traditional publishing routes • Contributes to the educational mission of advancing knowledge
  13. 13. Ways to Support Open Access • Use open access resources when conducting research • Publish works in open access journals • Submit copies of your work to Aquila and/or to subject specific repositories • Exercise your author’s rights and copyright • Consider using an author addendum to secure your rights • Help launch an open access journal in your field
  14. 14. Types of Open Access • Three basic types of Open Access • Green: refers to self-archiving in repositories 3 basic versions that can be self-archived • Pre-prints • Post-prints • Publisher’s version • Gold: refers to articles in fully accessible open access journals • Hybrid: refers to subscription journals with open access to individual articles usually when a fee is paid to the publisher or journal by the author, the author’s organization, or the research funder.
  15. 15. Publisher Agreements • Read them. • Know what rights you are surrendering. • Know what rights you are retaining. • Negotiate with the publisher.
  16. 16. Fair Use 1. The purpose and character of the use 2. The nature of the copyrighted work 3. The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole 4. The potential market effect on the copyrighted work This is not a checklist. Only courts can legally decide fair use. Section 107
  17. 17. Additional Resources Copyright • Copyright Search 1978-Present • Copyright Records Pre-1977 • Copyright Term and the Public Domain in the United States • U.S. Copyright Office - Copyright Law of the United States • Public Domain Films • Orphan Works • Copyright and Unpublished Material | Society of American Archivists • Copyright & Fair Use Articles: Stanford Copyright and Fair Use Center Creative Commons • History of Creative Commons • Creative Commons Licenses • Things to know before licensing Open Access • Author's Rights Retention Kit - University of Tennessee Knoxville • Open Access Overview Aquila • Permissions • Submit Research • Author FAQ
  18. 18. QUESTIONS?

COPYRIGHT, PUBLISHING AND OPEN ACCESS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TUESDAY, OCT. 21, 3:30 P.M. – Cook Library, room 123 Presenters: Sarah Mangrum, Circulation Librarian, University Libraries and Elizabeth La Beaud, Digital Lab Manager, University Libraries This presentation will address everything you need to know about the relationship between copyright and open access, author’s rights, how to navigate creative commons licenses and publisher contracts and when to seek permission for using copyrighted works in research.

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