Our copyright and licensing courses are designed to meet your needs by providing practical up-to-date content in plain English through flexible learning. All of our courses are fully online. Curious? Here's how Copyrightlaws.com's courses work.
How Copyrightlaws.com's Courses Work
Copyrightlaws.com provides different types of courses:
- Primer courses
- Beyond the fundamentals courses
- Assignment courses
- Certificate programs
To learn more about each type, see Selecting an Online Copyright Course from Copyrightlaws.com.
We deliver all of our courses via our flexible eTutorial philosophy, as described below. While learning at your own pace is a hallmark of all our courses, assignment courses and certificate programs do include assignments with generous and flexible timelines. They also offer access to 24/7 online discussions and virtual classroom meetings.
The following questions and answers will help you understand how Copyrightlaws.com's courses work. And you can contact us with your questions about our online courses.
What's an eTutorial?
An eTutorial is a way of teaching and delivering content to you in small, specific bursts. Some call it microlearning. You're in control of when you access each lesson and how much deeper you want to delve into the subject.
What if circumstances surrounding COVID-19 disrupt my completing the course I enroll in?
We’ll work with you to help schedule learning time in your busy and disrupted schedules and provide extensions where necessary to complete the course. Our goal remains the same: to encourage and assist you in completing the course or program you’ve enrolled in. Our personal touch is a hallmark of our copyright education.
What's unique about Copyrightlaws.com's Courses?
Our courses are short, practical, self-paced and reasonably priced. Also, there’s no need to travel or physically attend a classroom. You'll finish the course with added knowledge about copyright and licensing, great reference materials (in PDF) and a certificate of completion. Plus, through our assignment and certificate program courses, you'll find new copyright buddies you'll be in touch with long after the course has ended.
I assume there isn't a certain time frame every day when we must work on this course — we can do the work on our own schedule. True?
Your assumption is correct. The lessons are entirely self-paced so you can complete them at your convenience. And if you ever get overwhelmed in reviewing the lessons, ask your instructor to work with you to set a personal schedule to complete the course.
What's the anticipated number of hours for each eTutorial?
The amount of time varies, but each e-lesson can take an average of 30 to 60 minutes. So a course that has 16 e-lessons takes approximately 8 to 16 hours to complete. A course that has six e-lessons takes approximately 3 to 6 hours to complete. Our assignment courses and certificate programs, however, require additional time for assignments, online discussions and/or virtual meetings.
Is it possible to obtain answers to specific copyright and licensing questions?
While we can't provide legal advice, you'll find all of our courses very informative and packed with strategic information you can apply in your day-to-day work. Our eTutorials also provide recommended websites for further consultation. Our certificate programs and assignment courses provide a private online discussion forum and/or virtual classroom meetings for discussing questions, real-life situations and networking with other copyright professionals.
Can I share the course materials with a colleague who's also interested in learning more about copyright law?
We request that you don't share any course materials, as they're intended only for paid participants.
I’d like to enroll in one of the courses, but I don't see it scheduled.
Please contact us and let us know which course you'd like to take, as there may be others interested in the same one. Also, if you have a group of five or more people, we can schedule a class for your group.
Don’t just take our word for it. Our Founder and CEO Lesley Ellen Harris has been teaching through eTutorials since 2002. Here's what some of our students say.
See our copyright course calendar.