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Copyright in Education

Copyright in Education

If you include texts or images in your teaching material, be aware of the implications of copyright; even if they appear to be freely available on a website. The following applies to all texts, tables, photos and other images: someone has the copyright. You cannot simply cut and paste the material into your (digital) readers. There are costs involved. The Dutch universities have largely bought these off by means of an agreement with Foundation UvO (Uitgeversorganisatie voor Onderwijslicenties).

To find out more about the agreement the University has with publishers, join our presentation 'Copyright in Education'.

This is a hybrid presentation:
If you'd like to join our presentation in person, you are free to drop in at HG00.218 at 12.30pm. You don't need to register per se but if you do, you'll receive a reminder.
If you'd like to join us online, make sure you register so we can send you the zoomlink.
Monday, May 30, 2022
12:30am - 1:00am
HG00.218 Library of Science
Library of Science
  Library of Science  

Registration is required. There are 10 in-person seats available. There are 15 online seats available.


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