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Copyright Considerations for Authors of Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Managing copyright is an important part of any academic career and as such, every doctoral candidate must consider copyright in the course of preparing a publication. This slide presentation, produced by Stanford University Libraries in consultation with the Office of the General Counsel, is designed to inform students about copyright issues, in particular the choices and decisions a student faces in the process of submitting a dissertation or thesis electronically.


Copyright Considerations for ETDs

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See also, Stanford University Electronic Dissertations and Theses Project, for more information about this project, including rationale; student benefits; and licenses, copyright, embargo and distribution details.


Last modified: November 16, 2010

       
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