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26/01/ · A University of Michigan dissertation author is the initial copyright holder for her dissertation. As the copyright holder, she has certain rights under copyright law. In the United States today, those rights can be separated and split. The author can give others permission to exercise some or all of those rights. That is called a blogger.com: Raven Lanier. COPYRIGHT, OPEN ACCESS AND YOUR THESIS Copyright and intellectual property rights for students Normally, you ow n the copyright in your thesis as a ‘scholarly work’. KThis means that you own th e rights to publish and dist ribute it, unless you have agreed to transfer or assig n copyright to a third part y (forexample a sponsor). As a doctoral candidate you are responsible for obtaining permission to publish your dissertation’s content. You must have the full copyright for the images, tables and other such material presented in your dissertation, or have permission to publish them both in print and blogger.com: Tanja Heikkilä.

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26/01/ · A University of Michigan dissertation author is the initial copyright holder for her dissertation. As the copyright holder, she has certain rights under copyright law. In the United States today, those rights can be separated and split. The author can give others permission to exercise some or all of those rights. That is called a blogger.com: Raven Lanier. As a doctoral candidate you are responsible for obtaining permission to publish your dissertation’s content. You must have the full copyright for the images, tables and other such material presented in your dissertation, or have permission to publish them both in print and blogger.com: Tanja Heikkilä. 26/05/ · As a copyright holder, the author has exclusive rights to (among other things) reproducing the work. If you want to reproduce still-in-copyright work in your dissertation, you'll need to decide whether it's fair use or get the copyright holder's permission. See the Understand Copyright Basics tab for more blogger.com: Rachael Samberg.

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26/01/ · A University of Michigan dissertation author is the initial copyright holder for her dissertation. As the copyright holder, she has certain rights under copyright law. In the United States today, those rights can be separated and split. The author can give others permission to exercise some or all of those rights. That is called a blogger.com: Raven Lanier. As a doctoral candidate you are responsible for obtaining permission to publish your dissertation’s content. You must have the full copyright for the images, tables and other such material presented in your dissertation, or have permission to publish them both in print and blogger.com: Tanja Heikkilä. 26/05/ · As a copyright holder, the author has exclusive rights to (among other things) reproducing the work. If you want to reproduce still-in-copyright work in your dissertation, you'll need to decide whether it's fair use or get the copyright holder's permission. See the Understand Copyright Basics tab for more blogger.com: Rachael Samberg.

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As a doctoral candidate you are responsible for obtaining permission to publish your dissertation’s content. You must have the full copyright for the images, tables and other such material presented in your dissertation, or have permission to publish them both in print and blogger.com: Tanja Heikkilä. COPYRIGHT, OPEN ACCESS AND YOUR THESIS Copyright and intellectual property rights for students Normally, you ow n the copyright in your thesis as a ‘scholarly work’. KThis means that you own th e rights to publish and dist ribute it, unless you have agreed to transfer or assig n copyright to a third part y (forexample a sponsor). 26/05/ · As a copyright holder, the author has exclusive rights to (among other things) reproducing the work. If you want to reproduce still-in-copyright work in your dissertation, you'll need to decide whether it's fair use or get the copyright holder's permission. See the Understand Copyright Basics tab for more blogger.com: Rachael Samberg.

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As a doctoral candidate you are responsible for obtaining permission to publish your dissertation’s content. You must have the full copyright for the images, tables and other such material presented in your dissertation, or have permission to publish them both in print and blogger.com: Tanja Heikkilä. COPYRIGHT, OPEN ACCESS AND YOUR THESIS Copyright and intellectual property rights for students Normally, you ow n the copyright in your thesis as a ‘scholarly work’. KThis means that you own th e rights to publish and dist ribute it, unless you have agreed to transfer or assig n copyright to a third part y (forexample a sponsor). 26/05/ · As a copyright holder, the author has exclusive rights to (among other things) reproducing the work. If you want to reproduce still-in-copyright work in your dissertation, you'll need to decide whether it's fair use or get the copyright holder's permission. See the Understand Copyright Basics tab for more blogger.com: Rachael Samberg.