Copyright Information for Research Outputs and Theses
As stated in the University's IP Policy, you are the first owner of copyright in your scholarly work unless it has been commissioned by the University or a funding contract claims ownership. When submitting an article for publication in a journal, you will be required to sign a copyright agreement form, please check the details of the copyright agreement carefully.
If you are publishing an Open Access article you will be offered a number of open access copyright licenses: creative commons licenses. Please see http://creativecommons.org/licenses/ for more information on these licenses. If you are funded by RCUK and use the RCUK funding to pay to publish an open access article then you are obliged to publish with a CC-BY copyright license.
For more information see Research and Enterprise Office: Intellectual Property, Commercialisation and Consultancy
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As a Bangor University Student, whilst we ask that you take best efforts to seek permission for third party copyright material, failure to secure permissions will not affect marking of the work. However, without the required permissions, your work cannot be made publically available in the University’s digital repository eBangor
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