Copyright and Web 2.0


"All of the organizations I work for, and volunteer for, use Web 2.0 technology…so I want to be prepared."

— CCM400 participant

I bet you've wondered (even just a little) about what copyright has to do with blog content.  Or social networking sites.  Or scanning that text or sharing a file.

If you want to know more about the copyright implications for digital content, then our next online course, CCM400, is for you.

In CCM400. Web 2.0 and Digital Content Copyright Issues, you'll learn about copyright protection in digital vs. traditional works, how to determine if a digital work is actually protected by copyright, what electronic rights are, what laws deal with digital copyright issues, and digital rights management, plus many other topics.

Dates:  26 April – 21 May  (course schedule)
Format:  3 online sessions, discussion list participation, and independent readings
Cost:  $395 for members | $495 for nonmembers  (discounts for members)

CCM400 is part of Click University's Certificate in Copyright Management program, but any course may be taken a la carte.

Register today for this invaluable course that will help you become the copyright guru in your organization.

Questions?  Contact Click University.

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