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Workshop Abstract: The Internet contains a wealth of open research outputs, educational materials, and other media. However, where does copyright fit in? If something is free to read online, does that mean it is free to use for educational purposes? This workshop will cover copyright basics in online research and how to evaluate open research and media.
Workshop Learning Outcomes
Describe the different types of Creative Commons Licenses and their applications
Perform searches for Creative Commons Licensed materials in online environments
Identify Open Access publishing models and evaluate editorial rigor
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