Copyrightlaws.com: Providing copyright law education for the non-lawyer.
Copyrightlaws.com offers online, e-tutorials, webinars, and in-person training. The training is developed and led by copyright lawyer and author Lesley Ellen Harris and provides a balanced non-biased view on copyright and licensing.
The training has a practical approach teaching participants to manage their own copyright and licensing issues and ensure copyright compliance. There are a variety of training/courses from self-paced to e-tutorial lessons to interactive and assignment-based.
See below for our current offerings to help you protect content + reduce risk. eLearning consists of eTutorials, webinar courses and self-study courses. Sign up for our email newsletter for upcoming sessions that apply to you.
One-day, onsite course held at the SLA Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. Covers managing the use of copyright-related issues in libraries and organizations. Practical and hands-on – learn how to comply with copyright law. Receive credit towards the Certificate in Copyright Management. Offered in conjunction with Special Libraries Association (SLA) June 12, 2015.
One-day, onsite course held at the SLA Annual Conference in Boston, Massachusetts. Includes information necessary to institute enterprise-wide copyright education. Receive credit towards the Certificate in Copyright Management. Offered in conjunction with Special Libraries Association (SLA.) June 13, 2015.
A 4-week e-course that offers guidance in developing a copyright education plan, assessing materials, content, and technology in order to equip an instruction team for your institution, and so much more. Following copyright best practices can protect your institution from cease-and-desist letters, time-draining threats, and lawsuits. The first step is to develop an effective and practical copyright education plan. This e-course provides just that. Offered in conjunction with the American Library Association. August 31–September 15, 2015.
A 16 e-lesson eTutorial course which is a primer/refresher on Canadian copyright law. Includes information on recent amendments to the Canadian Copyright Act and June 2012 Supreme Court of Canada court decisions. Each eTutorial has a text lecture, further resources and a self-marking quiz. Syllabus. Register. September 16 –October 7, 2015.
OFFERED YEAR ROUND
Digital Licensing Online, self-guided
Copyright & Electronic Resource Management, self-guided
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