Copyright and Licenses
Lecture by Suzanna Marazza
Copyright and licenses more often than not cause confusion among researchers as they try to publish their data or journal articles. CC BY-SA? Or CC BY-NC-ND? You have probably seen these abbreviations before, but what do they mean? Which license is in line with Open Science? Which license should you choose? How can a work be used if there is no license attached to it? And what is the difference between a license and copyright? Moreover, what does copyleft mean and which one is the corresponding license? This lecture offers some guidance to answer these questions.
Suzanna MarazzaUniversità della Svizzera italiana
Suzanna Marazza works as a legal expert at the eLearning Lab of the Università della Svizzera italiana, and is engaged in several projects dealing with digital law issues. She also works for projects such as CCdigitallaw, DMLawTool, and MAPAW.