Thesis/Dissertation Series At-A-Glance
|Copyright and Authors’ Rights||Oct. 4, 3-4pm (in person)|
|Thesis/Dissertation Formatting||Oct. 18, 4-5pm (in person)|
|Oct 18, 5:30-6:30pm (in person)|
Not sure if you want to do an article-based or traditional monograph thesis/dissertation? In this workshop we will discuss the UT Arlington Thesis/Dissertation Manual, how the two formats differ, and which one is right for you. In this workshop, we will also learn and practice some formatting tips and tricks in Microsoft Word to make the process easier.
Wednesday, October 18, from 4:00-5:00pm in Central Library 315A
Wednesday, October 18, from 5:30-6:30pm in Central Library 315A
Everything you write for publication is your intellectual property, yet many publishers ask you to sign over your property to them for free. Find out how you can retain some or all of your copyright when you publish, even in prestigious publications. Retaining your rights allows you to reuse and share your work more freely and often results in higher visibility of your work and more citation counts. This workshop is presented by Jody Bailey, Director of Publishing in the UT Arlington Central Library.
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Online Resources from Past Workshops
Copyright and your Thesis/Dissertation
With the new changes to theses/dissertations requirements, obtaining appropriate copyright permissions is now more important than ever. If you are writing a thesis or dissertation, take a look at these resources from a previous workshop to learn how to reuse other people's works in your thesis or dissertation.
Negotiating your Author's Rights
Are you submitting your research to a scholarly journal? How do you maintain the copyright to publish that material in your thesis/dissertation? Do you know what to look for in a contract? Take a look at these resources from a previous workshop to learn how to maintain your copyright.