Legally Using Images eTutorial (LUI) is a ten-lesson course that will help you avoid expensive and time consuming legal hassles. You will learn to determine which images require copyright permission and which you can safely use for free.
Don’t miss hidden traps in licensing language. Learn how to legally use online and print images in an efficient and timely manner.
Legally Using Images will be offered twice in early 2018. You can register for the February and April 2018 start dates by clicking below or using the form at the bottom of this post. Course registration fee: $187.
All of Copyrightlaws.com’s courses are aimed at empowering non lawyers to deal with copyright and licensing issues. Below is the syllabus for this primer/refresher on Legally Using Images.
Syllabus for Legally Using Images Course
E-Lesson 1.0 — Images and Copyright Protection
E-Lesson 2.0 — Understanding Permissions and Licensing
E-Lesson 3.0 —The Public Domain and Orphan Works
E-Lesson 4.0 — Identifying When Permission is Required
E-Lesson 5.0 — The Permissions Process
E-Lesson 6.0 — Obtaining Permissions
E-Lesson 7.0 — Complying With Nonnegotiable Licenses
E-Lesson 8.0 — Practical Applications and FAQs
E-Lesson 9.0 — Best Practices for Legally Using Images
E-Lesson 10.0 — Test Your Knowledge
You will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of this eTutorial.
Benefits from taking this eTutorial:
- Be confident when using images you find on Google and elsewhere
- Be able to read and correctly apply Creative Commons (CC) licences
- Create Best Practices for Legally Using Images
I work with Intellectual Property on a regular basis and know that I will apply everything I learned in the “Legally Using Images eTutorial.”
— Judy M. Rose, Human Resource Specialist, Federal Government of Canada (November 2017)
I thought the email format was excellent. I was able to read through each lesson and quiz in about 30 minutes. Each lesson was densely packed with practical copyright information. I especially liked the links to Further Information. Having this information will help me better explain to our authors “their” need to procure permissions for images they use in manuscripts they submit to us.
— Lisa G. Reckmeyer, Peer Review Specialist (November 2017)
I got exactly what I expected from this course. The email format was great. I thought the in depth analysis of Creative Commons licenses was the most valuable piece in the lessons. Would be an excellent primer for anyone coming into a copyright job. I really would have appreciated this course earlier in my career.
— Kimberley Kemmer, Copyright Clearance Assistant at the University of Alberta
The format of the course is perfect: just the right length so that it doesn’t feel like it’s consuming a lot of one’s time at work. I learned a lot from this course and was reminded about the importance of not being lax regarding getting permissions. I’m an editor for a geological survey and we quite often review manuscripts that are using third party material for which permissions have not been sought.”
— Marg Rutka, Geoscience Editor
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Looking for more in-depth review of copyright law and applying copyright to your every day copyright and licensing images without the assistance of a lawyer, consider our Copyright Leadership Certificate program, designed to empower non lawyers to manage copyright issues. See Copyright Leadership Certificate. **Ask us about how Legally Using Images counts as credit towards the Copyright Leadership Certificate.