- Protecting your own work
Students are affected by copyright legislation in two regards: they must copyright their own work, and they must take care not to violate other authors' or publishers' copyrights.
Protecting your own work
- At the time their Master's or Doctoral committee is formed, students are required to validate a Non-Exclisive License to the University of Windsor, which should be supplied by their programs, authorizing the University to archive, reproduce, and distribute the thesis or dissertation.
- At the time of deposit students are also required to validate a “Thesis/ Dissertation Non-exclusive Licence”, which authorizes Library and Archives Canada to perform similar actions.
- Commercial copyright and moral rights remains with the author.
- The Universal Copyright Symbol, ©, must appear either on the title page or on the page immediately following, with the author's name and the year, for example,
© 2018, A. Scholar
- Avoiding Plagiarism - Guidelines from the Office of Academic Integrity(definitions, examples, tips and links to other resources)
- Tips on avoiding plagiarism from the Academic Writing Centre
- "Guidelines for Avoiding Plagiarism, Self-Plagiarism, and Questionable Writing Practices: A Guide to Ethical Writing" - by M. Roig
- Understanding Copyright Law: a Guide for graduate students at the University of Windsor - provided by Leddy Library and LTEC (March 2014)
- Campus Copyright Information
- Intellectual property for Graduate Students - by Vesna Kaps, Office of Research Services
- CAGS Guide to Intellectual Property
- SPARC Author Addendum
- Open Access Overview
- Creative Commons Canada
- Wikipedia Public Domain Resources
- Canada Copyright Act