All posts tagged copyright education

Copyright Education – Who is the Audience?

Copyright Education and Awareness Lesley taught her first online copyright course to nonlawyers in 2002 and has been hooked on this way of teaching ever since. She began teaching online by converting two of her copyright books into online courses, partnered with […]

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Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired, or Otherwise Print Disabled

Historical Copyright Treaty Now Effective On 30 September 2016, the Marrakesh Treaty became effective. International Copyright Law June 2013 marked a milestone in international copyright law and in the role of the

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


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


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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