Open research refers to the research conducted in the spirit of free and open scholarship. It embodies the practice of making available the research process, data, and results. It also includes the use of open-source tools and open standards that offer unfettered dissemination of research discourse. But what are the copyright issues you should be aware of when you use copyrighted resources for your research that you’d like to make open later, and how should you protect your rights as an author when you make your research open? This webinar will provide some guidance on the copyright considerations for open research.
This workshop is part of the Open Research Workshop Series.