Phd thesis copyright

Copyright in PhD thesis | Goldsmiths, University of London
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Education & Programmes

15/04/ · The PhD candidate owns the copyright on his/her PhD thesis, unless this has been fully or partially transferred to a commissioner, an employer or a publisher. The PhD candidate who creates his/her PhD thesis (i.e., who writes the thesis and in that process makes the creative choices leading to the final wording of the thesis) owns the copyright on the work. 27/03/ · University of York students hold the copyright to their original work in a PhD thesis (Policy on Research Degrees #) unless you have a prior agreement to transfer it to an external funder or sponsor.. Every successful University of York PhD student is required to deposit their digital thesis in White Rose E-Theses Online, the University's open access blogger.com: Susan Halfpenny. PhD Scholarships Competition - view the PhD Scholarships Competition webpages; if the third party copyright material within your thesis consists of a short quotation from a published work and you have acknowledged and referenced it adequately it will probably not be necessary to seek permission from the copyright holder.

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Staff + students

PhD Scholarships Competition - view the PhD Scholarships Competition webpages; if the third party copyright material within your thesis consists of a short quotation from a published work and you have acknowledged and referenced it adequately it will probably not be necessary to seek permission from the copyright holder. The University recommends that PhD students make their thesis available under a Creative Commons licence (open access). Making your thesis available without a licence can cause confusion because terms of reuse are not specified. Publishing prior to submission. If you would like to publish prior to submission of your thesis you should: Publish as open access where possible. Provide the publishers . According to copyright law, the basic criteria for claiming copyright protection of your work are: The work has to be literary or artistic, e.g. a book, a thesis, an article, a map, a drawing or a painting. The work has to be original and creative. You cannot copy the whole or parts of somebody else’s work and use it as your own.

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27/03/ · University of York students hold the copyright to their original work in a PhD thesis (Policy on Research Degrees #) unless you have a prior agreement to transfer it to an external funder or sponsor.. Every successful University of York PhD student is required to deposit their digital thesis in White Rose E-Theses Online, the University's open access blogger.com: Susan Halfpenny. The University recommends that PhD students make their thesis available under a Creative Commons licence (open access). Making your thesis available without a licence can cause confusion because terms of reuse are not specified. Publishing prior to submission. If you would like to publish prior to submission of your thesis you should: Publish as open access where possible. Provide the publishers . PhD Scholarships Competition - view the PhD Scholarships Competition webpages; if the third party copyright material within your thesis consists of a short quotation from a published work and you have acknowledged and referenced it adequately it will probably not be necessary to seek permission from the copyright holder.

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Copyright and your thesis

27/03/ · University of York students hold the copyright to their original work in a PhD thesis (Policy on Research Degrees #) unless you have a prior agreement to transfer it to an external funder or sponsor.. Every successful University of York PhD student is required to deposit their digital thesis in White Rose E-Theses Online, the University's open access blogger.com: Susan Halfpenny. The University recommends that PhD students make their thesis available under a Creative Commons licence (open access). Making your thesis available without a licence can cause confusion because terms of reuse are not specified. Publishing prior to submission. If you would like to publish prior to submission of your thesis you should: Publish as open access where possible. Provide the publishers . If your thesis will include papers or articles you have written that have been published, you will need to check the copyright status of that material with your publisher. You may, for example, have assigned or exclusively licensed all your copyright to the publisher, in which case, you will not be able to use that material in your thesis and make it available open access without their permission.

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Your thesis

According to copyright law, the basic criteria for claiming copyright protection of your work are: The work has to be literary or artistic, e.g. a book, a thesis, an article, a map, a drawing or a painting. The work has to be original and creative. You cannot copy the whole or parts of somebody else’s work and use it as your own. PhD Scholarships Competition - view the PhD Scholarships Competition webpages; if the third party copyright material within your thesis consists of a short quotation from a published work and you have acknowledged and referenced it adequately it will probably not be necessary to seek permission from the copyright holder. 15/04/ · The PhD candidate owns the copyright on his/her PhD thesis, unless this has been fully or partially transferred to a commissioner, an employer or a publisher. The PhD candidate who creates his/her PhD thesis (i.e., who writes the thesis and in that process makes the creative choices leading to the final wording of the thesis) owns the copyright on the work.