Brief and Informative
Copyright is not applied for or registered. If a work meets copyright requirements, it is considered to be protected by copyright. According to copyright law, the work in question needs to be original and the result of a creative achievement.
Copyright is based on national legislation, which may vary from country to country. There is no uniform international copyright law.
Services of ULB
- How is copyright structured, and how has it developed?
- Which barrier regulations support scientific work?
- What do I need to consider in terms of image rights?
- What are Creative Commons licences, and which ones are there?
- What are my rights and duties as an author?
- As a lecturer, what content can I offer under what conditions in course reserves for students?
- Why do I have to quote?
- What do I have to quote?
- What types of quote and which quotation systems are there?
- What do I need to consider to quote correctly?
- Which tools will help me when quoting?
Find out the answers to these and other questions in our workshops, where you can apply your new knowledge directly to practical examples.