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De Minimis Copying, MOOCs & Institutional Risk Avoidance
This presentation examines institutional risk avoidance in relation to copyright concerns and MOOCs. Specifically, the presentation focuses on a case study of the Understanding Video Games MOOC developed at the University ...
Heavy is the Head that Wears the Crown (copyright)
Crown copyright has been flagged for review by Canadian copyright stakeholders including federal departments and parliaments for more than thirty years. In that time, our federal government has implemented an Open Government ...
Two solitudes? Quebec Copyright's Context
Descriptions and narratives about copyright in Canada frequently include the proviso “except in Quebec.” Indeed, there are striking differences between the two contexts; for example, while 93% of Canadian universities and ...
Copying That Encourages Learning: Subject to a “Customary Price” or Within Copyright’s Guaranteed “Breathing Space”?
How does Canada’s educational copying environment compare to that of similar jurisdictions? To what extent is the fundamental purpose of copyright—encouragement of learning—advanced by provisions of copyright law that ...
Making OPEN the default
How to be a Copyright Officer: Practical Tips and Reflections from Canada's Oldest Living Copyright Officer
People who take on the role of copyright officer or have that role assigned to them are faced with the problem of applying copyright law in practical, everyday educational settings, often without the benefit of legal ...
Copyright Law Update ABC Conference
Teaching an Invisible Subject: Educating Instructors about Copyright
This session will share results of the presenter’s Canada-wide survey of university copyright administrators, which explored the following research questions: How are copyright officers, copyright librarians, and other ...
Creative Commons ; ABC Copyright Conference 2017