2017 CERTIFICATE IN CANADIAN COPYRIGHT LAW
CA$1,500
2017 CERTIFICATE IN CANADIAN COPYRIGHT LAW

2017 CERTIFICATE IN CANADIAN COPYRIGHT LAW

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Copyrightlaws.com's Certificate in Canadian Copyright Law

The Certificate in Canadian Copyright Law is designed for Canadians at all organizational levels who want to gain a better understanding of Canadian and global copyright law and to apply that knowledge on a day-to-day basis.

What your fee includes:

  • Registration in 5 eTutorials
  • Access to a private discussion blog moderated by Lesley Ellen Harris
  • Exclusive tools to help you apply copyright law in your enterprise
  • Online networking with other copyright professionals
  • Optional virtual classroom meetings
  • Reference materials and resources for use after you earn your certificate
  • A framed Certificate of Completion (for those who achieve 80% or higher on our final quiz)
  • (optional) A public listing of the certificate holders on Copyrightlaws.com and Canadiancopyrightlaw.ca

SYLLABUS

Canadian Copyright Law primer/refresher. (8-10 hours)

Practical International Copyright Law provides a practical view of international copyright issues including giving and obtaining permission when dealing with foreign countries and online works. (6-8 hours)

Legally Using Images sets out essential information on using third party content, how permissions work, provides risk management tips and best practices for legally using images and is applicable to the use of all content. (8-10 hours)

Digital Copyright Management teaches you legal, strategic and practical implications of using, publishing and re-distributing online and licensed digital content. (8-10 hours)

Managing Copyright Issues guides you to minimizing copyright risks and organizing copyright issues in your workplace. (8-10 hours)

FAQs on how eTutorials work.

By participating in the CCCL, you will be able to…

  • explain Canadian copyright law principles

  • explain global copyright law on a practical level

  • know when and how to obtain copyright permission

  • provide quick answers about Canadian copyright law and licensing content

  • develop best practices and other copyright documents for lowering copyright risks

Limited enrollment. Fee is $1,500 CDN.

Certificate program runs from March 1 to June 15, 2017. The discussion blog will be open after the June 15th date and there is flexibility to extend the June 15th end date for anyone who needs extra time.

What our 2016 participants say about the Certificate in Canadian Copyright Law:

"Thank you for offering this Certificate program. Today’s lesson has prompted me to draft a document/resource/table of frequently asked questions with a ‘scripted’ response plus links and references to substantiate that response. It should make my life a bit easier and could be accessed by others when I am not available.” - Rowan Arnott, Toronto District School Board

“I was able to immediately apply what I learned in the Certificate in Canadian Copyright Law program and I have already created a Fair Dealing Policy and Procedure. I am now in the process of creating a Copyright Strategy for our organization. - Juanita Richardson, The Michener Institute of Education at UHN

"The Certificate program and each eTutorial is logical and linear, and the e-lessons are easily (and enjoyably) read and retained. The most value I expect to get is with the overall legality of copyright and how best to develop a personal risk/copyright management plan as it pertains to my photography. For my work, I can see how it has already benefited the School Division as we are reworking our Copyright protocols, policies, and most importantly our Professional Development and communications for our students, educators, and support staff." - Bradley Hampson, MBA, Assistant Superintendent, Technology, Frontier School Division, Winnipeg

"The Certificate program is fantastic. Beyond fantastic. I can't recommend this program enough. It's validating in that it reviews and supports the bits of copyright law that I've gleaned in doing this thing called 'visual research’. It's a great compilation of a lot of things that come up in our emails/facebook - eg: fair dealing, public domain, creative commons, digital rights, international clearance etc. I wish I had taken this course 15 years ago when I started. I wish I had taken this course anytime within the last 15 years. I feel like it's making me a better researcher, and more confident in knowing the law behind our research scenarios." - Michelle Demeyere, Visual Researcher, VRSC

What participants say about our eTutorials:

"I got exactly what I expected from this course [Legally Using Images]. The email format was great. I thought the in-depth analysis of Creative Commons licenses was the most valuable piece in the lessons. Would be an excellent primer for anyone coming into a copyright job. I really would have appreciated this course earlier in my career." – Kimberley Kemmer, Copyright Clearance Assistant at the University of Alberta

“I was expecting a lot of reading in this course [Canadian Copyright Law], however the lessons are compacted with a lot of information and written for the layperson.” – Karen Mah, Head, Information Centre, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lethbridge, Alberta

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