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Learning Objectives: Understand the debate around mandatory tariffs in this case and how this issue was interpreted by the courts; Describe how the fairness of York’s fair dealing guidelines were assessed in this case; Recognize the implications of this decision for educational institutions and...
Learning Objectives: Recount the circumstances and outcome of Alberta (Education) v Access Copyright; Identify the more significant factors in the fair dealing analysis that contributed to the decision; Outline the main issue from the dissent in the case.
Published as Chapter 5 of Copyright Conversations: Rights Literacy in a Digital World. ACRL / American Library Association. Edited by Sara R. Benson. October 2019.
Learning Objectives: Recognize that satisfying a fair dealing purpose fulfills only the first step of the two-step fair dealing test; Understand the six factors and their relationship to one another in the second part of the two-step fair dealing test, and; Apply both steps of the two-step fair...
Conference presentation at 2016 ABC Copyright Conference, May 27. Digitizing and sharing materials online makes our cultural heritage more accessible, supporting the dissemination of knowledge and the public good. Navigating related copyright issues, however, can weigh heavily on the...
Learning Objectives: Contrast the relationship between the Berne Convention and the TRIPS Agreement; Discuss the connection between these agreements and the World Trade Organization; Infer how agreements like the Berne Convention and the TRIPS agreement might impact global economic development...
Biting off as much (or maybe more) than you can chew: Insights form managing the an OER project from Opening Up Copyright
Biting off as much (or maybe more) than you can chew: Insights form managing the an OER project from Opening Up CopyrightDownload
The University of Alberta is developing an open educational resource series on copyright (Opening Up Copyright Instructional Modules) that aims to develop and enhance copyright literacy in Canada. While the project is supported by a diverse number of individuals and offices on campus and has...