Copyright Sessions are bookable. Please email email@example.com if you would like a session for your faculty to discuss the copyright and teaching. Regular visits to individual faculties are also set up via individual Dean’s offices.
Fall 2017 Sessions:
Thu, August 24, 11am – 12pm, Location SLC 508
Copyright Compliance at Ryerson. What Does it mean to You?
Canadian Copyright Essentials for Graduate Students (TBA)
Canada’s Copyright Act protects both creators and users of copyrighted materials. As a graduate student you are both a creator and a user of copyrighted material. Issues that will be discussed will be who owns the intellectual property of work you do as a gradaute student, how to comply with and check copyright requirements for your thesis submission, and what you should know about copyright as a teaching assistant. Using practical examples, this workshop will provide a brief history of copyright in Canada, a summary of recent changes, as well as guidance for the use of copyright materials in your research and teaching. Learn what you need to know about copyright, fair dealing and Canada’s changing copyright environment.
If you are a graduate student or instructor and would like to meet about theses your supervising or your thesis preparation please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Book an Appointment with the Copyright Librarian:
In-person, customized & individual on-line copyright instruction can be booked.
Email: Ann Ludbrook email@example.com
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