Copyright Law Courses for Nonlawyers in September 2015

What copyright issues do you need to learn about? Our September  2015 copyright law courses are set out below.

Don’t see what you are looking for? Lots of other copyright courses are offered year round. See our complete list of copyright courses from September 2015 to June 2016. There’s a topic for everyone who needs to know about copyright law and for everyone’s learning style, availability and budget.

Canadian Copyright Law

If you live in Canada or use content from Canada or publish in Canada, you need to know about Canadian copyright law. Are you aware of major changes to the Canadian copyright law since 2012 – both legislative changes and Supreme Court decisions? Learn about the background of Canadian copyright law, criteria for protection, duration of protection, the unique unlocatable copyright owner provision, fair dealing and the differences between Canadian and U.S. copyright law. Most recent changes include the new copyright term extension in sound recordings, the Canadian notice and notice provision as well as border remedies for copyright infringement. Our courses may act as a primer for you on Canadian copyright law and as a refresher too – providing you with the most up-to-date information.

We have two formats for our course on Canadian copyright law:

Copyright courses for nonlawyers and librarians

Canadian Copyright Essentials Webinar Course

-webinar-based course with 3 live webinars, a private moderated discussion list and a final quiz. Offered by Copyrightlaws.com and the Special Libraries Association (SLA).

Canadian Copyright Law eTutorial

-16 eTutorials with self-marking quizzes at the each of each tutorial. Easily accessible on any digital device.

-based on the book Canadian Copyright Law, Fourth Edition

Copyright Law for Librarians and Other Nonlawyers

eCourse Demystifying Copyright: How to Educate Your Staff and Community

-asynchronous eCourse with a discussion board. Offered by Copyrightlaws.com and the American Library Association (ALA). Easily accessible on Moodle learning platform.

-topics include: understanding the risks of copyright infringement and how to protect your library from infringing copyright; developing a copyright education plan; assessing materials for copyright education; and keeping your education up to date

 

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