It’s not always clear what you need to do when you borrow material for your articles from somewhere else… even when the borrowed material comes from your own previously published articles!
To help authors better understand the ins and outs of copyright, ASA Publications is hosting a webinar with Suzanne Inge, the Manager of Rights, Permissions, and Licensing at AIP Publishing.
The webinar will cover common questions, like…
- Who holds copyright?
- What works are in the public domain?
- What constitutes fair use of copyrighted material?
- How much do you need to change a work before you no longer need to ask permission to use it?
- How do Creative Commons licenses work?
- Do I need permission to reuse my own previously published content?
- Do we need to obtain permission if redrawing a figure using the original figure data?
- When is permission needed for text excerpts?
… and more!
Join us on January 31, 2024 at 12pm (Eastern US) to learn how to navigate tricky copyright situations. Sign up at https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZErd-iqqz0tHdYIH_P6cCMRdoL34BNUnqk5
About the presenter: Suzanne Inge is the current Manager of Rights, Licensing and Permissions at AIP Publishing. Before coming to AIPP, she worked for fifteen years in the museum field, handling image rights and reproductions, installing museum exhibitions and working with legal contracts in the museum field. While she is not a lawyer, she has a deep and abiding respect for copyright law and loves nothing more than a challenging copyright conundrum.