prepare derivative works based upon the copyrighted work • to distribute copies to the public by sale, rental, lease, or lending • to perform the copyrighted work publicly • to display the copyrighted work publicly
as soon as the work is “fixed in a tangible medium” • generally: each co-author has individual independent rights; it’s wise to coordinate licensing/transfer • “works for hire” conflicting legal definitions and community norms • “derivative works” could include revised versions or books based on articles
article or chapter publishing project. Have an actual or archetypal author in mind. 2. Review a potential publishing agreement. 3. Evaluate how the agreement would impact the author in the future. 4. How might the author try to negotiate?
addendum Big Ten Academic Alliance (CIC) addendum NIH compliance (SPARC): Journal acknowledges that Author retains the right to provide a copy of the final manuscript to NIH, upon acceptance for Journal publication or thereafter, for public archiving in PubMed Central as soon as possible after publication by Journal.
a publishing agreement from ProQuest/UMI • The agreement is non-exclusive • Author maintain the copyrights • Author will be paid a 10% royalty on any sales Authors can pay ProQuest to register the copyright for them with the U.S. Copyright Office • Registration is necessary before suing for infringement and impacts some types of damages that can be awarded • You can register yourself online (the current standard fee is $35) anytime
deposit, you can choose to embargo the public access for 6 months, 1 year, or 2 years. If you want to embargo longer, you’ll need to send a written request signed by you and your dissertation advisor. While the dissertation is embargoed, there will be no easily discoverable record of the dissertation. Series on dissertation dissemination and publishing Audrey Truschke, Mellon Postdoc, Stanford University Dissertation Reviews, April 2015
he or she has to manage permissions Creative Commons licenses provide a standardized way to give the public permissions under the author’s chosen conditions BY – require attribution SA – share-alike NC – non-commercial ND – no derivatives