Did you know the UVic Copyright Office offers workshops for faculty and staff? Come and find out how to deliver course materials in class and online via CourseSpaces, etc. while adhering to copyright guidelines and legislative requirements.
Workshops start in late August.
Registration link and schedule: https://www.uvic.ca/library/featured/copyright/support/workshops/schedule.php
Wondering what the copyright guidelines are around making course materials available for students? Come for one of our copyright workshops and have all your questions answered.
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Copyright and Teaching: Tools and tips for ensuring that your course is copyright compliant
This session will provide participants with practical solutions for delivering course materials in class and online via Moodle, etc. while adhering to legal obligations. A brief overview of the current copyright landscape will include a discussion of Canadian copyright law, Access Copyright and library license agreements. ***Register***
Nov 14, 2012 | FBC
I blog, therefore I own my blog. This is a presumption that may not be true in all circumstances. So what does Canadian copyright law say about ownership? First, all bloggers need to know that there are copyright law rules on the ownership of blogs. We are not talking netiquette or what &s ethical when blogging or using Twitter or Facebook.
For more see: http://www.foodbloggersofcanada.com/2012/11/who-owns-my-blog-and-blog-posts/?doing_wp_cron=1353093683.6224720478057861328125