Will Canadians see a new copyright amendment bill tabled this Fall? Are you responsible for obtaining permissions to use content? Now is the time to be current on Canadian copyright law. Course begins week of 6 September but you can register anytime in September.
What exactly does fair dealing mean?
Does a work have to be registered in Canada to be protected by copyright?
How do U.S. and Canadian laws compare?
These are a few of the many issues discussed in the e-tutorial on Canadian Copyright Law which begins 6 September 2011. Whether a primer or refresher for you, the 16 e-lessons will bring you up to date on the current Canadian Copyright Law. Syllabus. Register. Email for pricing to register 10 or more participants.
This course is aimed at creators, librarians, archivists, educators, administrators, non-copyright lawyers, paralegals, and publishers. Librarians and others requiring more in-depth knowledge, I recommend CCM 201 A Primer on Canadian Copyright Law offered through the Certificate in Copyright Management from SLA Click University.
New this offering, this course is now accredited by several law societies in Canada as continuing professional development (CPD). Each course must be accredited by the Law Society of each province in Canada to guarantee that it meets the guidelines of acceptable hours as outlined by the CPD Committees.
For Alberta lawyers and paralegals, consider including this course as a CPD Learning Activity in your mandatory annual Continuing Professional Development Plan as required by the Law Society of Alberta.
Lawyers and paralegals in British Columbia click here.
Lawyers in Saskatchewan click here, then click “Updating CPD credits”.