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Federal Copyright Case Decision Released

Jul 24, 2017

On July 12, 2017, the Federal Court of Canada released its decision in the case that Access Copyright launched against York University in April 2013. The Court sided with Access Copyright on the key issues of the case....
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For Students: How to Find and Use Open Resources, and Release Your Own Work Openly

Jan 31, 2017

Join Jordan and Kate during Open Education Week and attend their session "For Students: How to Find and Use Open Resources, and Release Your Own Work Openly"...
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Open Education Week 2017 from March 27 to 31, 2017

Jan 31, 2017
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