The GSA Media Studio is a space where UCLA graduate student journal editors can exchange ideas, expertise, and know-how as they work in an informal environment.
The Media Studio is located in Kerckhoff Hall, Rooms 138 and 138A.
Lunch & Librarians: Copyright, Licensing, And Scholarly Communications Brown Bag Office Hour For Grad Students
Pack a lunch in your Angry Birds lunch box or grab something to eat at Ackerman and meet UCLA copyright, licensing, and scholarly communications librarians around the corner in 138 Kerckhoff for an informal brown bag office hour.
Dissertators and Thesis Writers:
Wait! Do you have permission to use that graph or image in your dissertation? How can you get permission? Ask a librarian….
- Is your dissertation or thesis going to go viral now that it’s electronic? Who can read it and when?
- Should you publish that still from Lady Gaga’s latest video? What’s “fair use” in publishing?
- Should you show that film in class? Distribute copies of that chapter? What’s “fair use” in the classroom?
- Yay! You’re getting published! But what rights are you giving away in the author agreement?
- What is open access, and why should you care?
- What are Creative Commons licenses, and why are there several options?
- How can you decide which flavors are right for you?
- Bring your questions, and the Librarians will serve up answers!
FIND A DATE THAT WORKS FOR YOU
Thursday, October 16, 1-2pm, with Martin Brennan, Copyright and Licensing Librarian, and Angela Riggio, Head, Scholarly Communication and Licensing.
Wednesday, October 29, 11-12pm, with Diane Gurman, Scholarly Communication and Licensing Librarian, and Angela Riggio, Head, Scholarly Communication and Licensing.
Wednesday, November 12, 1-2pm with Roxanne Peck, Scholarly Communication and Licensing Librarian, and Angela Riggio, Head, Scholarly Communication and Licensing.
Tuesday, December 9, 11-12pm, with Angela Riggio, Head, Scholarly Communication and Licensing Librarian.
Direct inquiries to Stacey Meeker, Director of GSA Publications (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Media Studio is suitable for structured editorial meetings and workshops as well as informal interaction among editors and campus experts. Software and hardware necessary for most advanced editing projects is available, but users are welcome to bring their own laptops. Editors of journals supported by GSA Publications are eligible to apply for Bruin Card access to the space.
- Please follow appropriate login/logout procedures and be careful in handling all equipment. User will be responsible for any damage to equipment. If you have any questions, please contact Publications Director.
- Equipment may not leave the media lab.
- Installation or removal of programs on Media Studio computers is not allowed without permission.
- Please do not leave media lab unattended.
- Please report any hardware/software problems to Publications Director.
Any questions or concerns regarding the GSA Media Studio should addressed to: