Copyright Education, Copyright Literacy & Information Literaracy
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This presentation will provide an overview of collaborative copyright education programs in jurisdictions outside of Canada. This will lead into a larger discussion about whether a similar approach would be viable in Canada. The session will also focus on copyright literacy, information literacy, and copyright. Our primary goal is to start a conversation about this topic and gauge the level of interest in engaging in collaborative projects.
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