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Copyright 101: Issues for Editors
Presentation for the Kingston Chapter of the Editors' Association of Canada
Cultivating Copyright Custodians for the Digital Age: Law, Libraries, & the Public Interest in Lending (Obsolete Formats)
In 2004, the Supreme Court of Canada famously decided that the provision for fair dealing in Canada was not simply a defence to a claim of copyright infringement but an integral and constitutive part of the Canadian ...
3D Printing: Copyright and Other Intellectual Property Implications for Libraries
What kinds of risks do libraries assume in providing space and 3-D printing technology for patrons to create, invent, tinker or copy physical objects? Can libraries be held liable for indirect or secondary infringements? ...
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 ...
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 ...