Information policy advice
The Information Policy Officer advises researchers, course convenors, professional staff and students on the use of external information resources and management of Griffith information resources.
This service is available for
Academic staff, professional staff, HDR students.
- There is no cost associated with the use of this service.
The use of external information resources and management of Griffith information resources including:
- Open Access
- Guidelines about information use and processes, for example: social media, broadcasting, publishing, repositories and risk mitigation.
You will get:
- Answers to your specific copyright questions/issues;
- Advice on your obligations for copyright compliance and University processes;
- Advice on how to licence, protect and promote your work so that it reaches as wide an audience as possible; and
- Pitfalls to avoid and risk mitigation when using the work of others (especially digital content) or communicating your work (via social media, YouTube, ResearchGate etc.).
Advice may be in the form of University policies and guidelines, written or verbal feedback to specific questions, ‘how to’ guides, and group presentations. It includes the
- This service is advisory only and does not constitute legal advice.
Email enquiries will be responded to within 3 business days.
There is no charge associated with the use of this service.