Canadian copyright law, myths and all

CopyrightHow much do you know about fair use in Canada?  Copyright-protected ideas?  Copyright registration?

Certificate in Copyright Management instructor Lesley Ellen Harris dispels several Canadian copyright myths in a recent blog post.

What else should you know about copyright law in Canada?  Register for Canadian Copyright Essentials (CCM201) and find out.

In this online course, you’ll get information about amendments, important Supreme Court cases, and practical applications of copyright to your situation.

You’ll also learn about–

  • protecting your works;
  • fair dealing and special provisions for libraries and others;
  • copyright infringement and remedies; and
  • differences between Canadian and U.S. copyright law.

Course dates: Thursday, September 24 – Monday, October 12
Format:  3 online sessions, discussion list, and independent reading
Cost:  $395.00/members | $495.00/non-members

Questions?  Contact SLA staff.

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