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Published on March 4, 2014

Author: celineandrieu

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This tutorial has been made for the second course of bibliographic instruction on April 2013 (2 hours), which is part of the M1 project module of the Master Nanoscale Engineering.

Planning of the second training session (2013.04.05) :

Correcting the bibliographies
What is copyright ?
How to make quotations and insert citations in the text of your report
How to insert figures in your report
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Copyright, quotations and figures in your report Master Nanoscale Engineering 2013-04-05 Céline Andrieu – Michel Serres Library Stéphanie Lamaison – Michel Serres Library

Today's training • Correcting the bibliographies • What is copyright ? • How to make quotations and insert citations in the text of your report • How to insert figures in your report 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 2

Correcting the bibliographies 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 3

The evolution of your bibliographies • Sending in due time → only 1 work sent after the due date • Format (correct use of Zotero) → good job ! • Accuracy of each reference → You can improve some things • Relevance and reliability of the references → I will send your work to M. Kulzer • Detailed explanations of your research information search 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 4

Be careful with Nano Letters citation style ! The title of the article is missing with this citation style 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 5

You can improve the accuracy of some references For an article in print and electronic versions : you don't have to add the web address 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 6

You can improve the accuracy of some references For a webpage : you have to add the web address and the date of access 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 7

What is copyright ? 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 8

« Intellectual property protects the creations of the human mind, the human intellect » World Intellectual Property Organization. Basic notions of copyright and related rights 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 9

Copyright French Intellectual property Code Industrial property 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 10

What is covered by Industrial property ? • Patents • Drawings • Trademarks • Brands 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 11

Copyright is : • a legal term • describing rights given to creators • for their literary, scientific and artistic works 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 12

Copyright is : • a legal protection • given by governments to authors of original works • that have been 'fixed' in a tangible medium of expression. 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 13

What is covered by Copyright ? • Literary, artistic, scientific works (novels, poems, newspapers, computer programs...) • Films, musical compositions, choreography... • Paintings, drawings, photographs, architecture... • Maps, technical drawings... 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 14

Moral rights French Copyright Economic rights 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 15

Economic rights The owner of rights gets money from the use of his work : → reproduction of the work = making copies → communication to the public... 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 16

Moral rights Right of paternity or 'attribution' : → right to claim the authorship of the work 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 17

What does 'All rights reserved' mean ? © : the owner may use his property exclusively → to use a work, you have to ask for an authorization to the author → the author can get money from this use, written in a license → you have to cite the source and the name of the author 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 18

Limitations on rights • For teaching purposes • Such as the American 'fair use' • Such as the French exception in order to analyse and criticize a work 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 19

Works in the public domain • Works which are not covered by copyright • 70 years after the author's death • Or on a voluntary basis (from the author) 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 20

The writing of your report How works (texts and figures) can be used without violating copyright laws ? 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 21

How to make quotations and insert citations in the text of your report 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 22

“word for word” 2 types of quotation with your own words 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 23

The quotation • Word for word (within quotation marks) : has to be compatible with fair practice → short quotation • You have to cite the source and the name of the author you are citing • Only for a text, not for a picture 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 24

Numerical method 2 methods of citation Author-date method 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 25

Quotations and numerical method Short quotation within quotation marks Markers within brackets = in-text citations 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 26

Numerical method 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 27

Inserting markers in your report with 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 28

3 examples of citation style with numerical method • Nature • American Chemical Society (brackets, with titles) • IEEE 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 29

Nature citation style In-text citation Markers as a superscript 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 30

Nature citation style Bibliography 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 31

ACS (brackets, with titles) In-text citation Markers within round brackets 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 32

ACS (brackets, with titles) Bibliography 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 33

IEEE citation style In-text citation Markers within square brackets 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 34

IEEE citation style Bibliography 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 35

How to insert figures in your report 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 36

Different types of figures 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 37

Graphs 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 38

Tables 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 39

Pictures Photographs, maps, drawings... 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 40

The caption of a figure The title below The number of the figure : to call it in the text of the report (Fig. 1...) and to insert a list of figures at the end of the report 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 41

Which rights to use which figures ? 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 42

Picture found on the web Under CC license ? Under copyright © ? In the public domain ? 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 43

Caption of a picture with © title Author and URL address Authorization (license) 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 44

Picture under © found in a document Source → in-text citation with marker referred to the final bibliography 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 45

To create his own figure from another one Reconstruction : figure, tableau, graphique Created from... (citing the source) 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 46

Caption of a picture in the public domain Author and URL address title 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 47

How to find figures that you can reuse in your report ? 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 48

Creative Commons Licenses 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 49

The Licenses 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 50

2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 51

Caption of a picture under CC license title Author and URL address Type of CC licence license 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 52

Searching pictures under CC licenses 2013-04-05 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library 53

Thank you for your attention 2013-03-08 Master NSE / Michel Serres Library

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