The UK Data Service provides access to a wide range of social science data for reuse. In May they are running 2 free introductory level online workshops on copyright for researchers.
The first session Copyright and publishing will introduce attendees to the brief origins of copyright with a focus on copyright considerations in both publishing and teaching. By the end of the session, attendees will have a better understanding of different terms and licences available for publishing in different formats.
The second session is Copyright issues in secondary data use. By the end of the session, attendees will have a better understanding of copyright considerations when creating, using or sharing data. For example, what protection is offered under copyright and other relevant rights, identifying copyright exemptions, copyright ownership, country-level diversity, etc.
No prior knowledge of copyright is required. Researchers and anyone with an interest in publishing and/or research data are welcome to attend. Register for the sessions using the links in the text above.
Click here to see the complete list of events run by the UKDS.
See here for more help and guidance on copyright from the University Library.