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Copyright and Open Access: the Legal Prerequisites

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Copyright and Open Access: the Legal Prerequisites

Time: October 25, 2018 from 2pm to 3pm
Country: Germany
City/Town: Hamburg
Website or Map: https://blog.sub.uni-hamburg.…
Event Type: talk, lecture
Organized By: Hamburg State and University Library
Latest Activity: Oct 23, 2018

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Free licenses, Libre OA, Berlin Declaration, Deposit Licence, Creative Commons - these are terms related to Open Access. They all have "something" to do with copyright. In order to make the legal background tangible, this lecture will discuss the topic from a copyright point of view. The aspects of copyright that are relevant for Open Access will be explained. The rights of use and licences are especially meaningful. Understanding how they work can be a good aid in gaining a better understanding of how Open Access works and how it is necessary.
Following the talk, questions from the audience can be used to deepen individual aspects.
The talk will be given bei Ina Kaulen, PhD, attorney at law with focus on copyright and media law and project member of Hamburg Open Science.

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