All posts by Lesley Ellen Harris

Are You the Go-To Copyright Person?

Five Essential Steps to Becoming the “Go-To” Copyright Person Many times I hear my students say they’ve become the “go-to” person at work for copyright issues, regardless of whether they’re librarians, library directors, information managers or architects, content managers, risk […]

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New Article on Copyright Officer, “Go To” Person

An article has been added to the resources section of this blog: Who Made Me the “Go To” Person for Copyright Law Issues, the Copyright Officer or De Facto

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Copyright Leadership Certificate

Do you need a copyright guru in your organization? Looking for unbiased and practical copyright information? Are you a nonlawyer managing copyright and licensing issues? Read about our Copyright Leadership

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10 Myths About Canadian Copyright Law

Does fair use exist in Canada?  Do you have to register a work to be protected by Canadian copyright law?  Does Canada belong to the international treaties on

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Copyright Basics

Copyright is, literally, the “right to copy.”  Copyright is comprised of a bundle of rights, including: Reproducing (e.g., photographing, scanning into a computer) Performing in public (e.g., at

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