Concerned about copyright in your course materials?

Contact the Copyright Office to arrange a presentation or workshop for you and/or your colleagues!

These sessions are customized to suit the specific needs of your unit in order to help you to understand and comply with the university's copyright policy and federal copyright legislation. The Copyright Office can help you find available resources and answer your questions related to copyright.

Note: The information obtained from or through this site does not constitute legal advice, but is provided as guidelines for using works for educational purposes.

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Upcoming Event - Copyright in Teaching: What Can You Use?

Jul 11, 2016

GMCTE Fortnight Event with Ryan Banow & Kate Langrell                                    ...
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Update to U of S Copyright Policy

Jul 11, 2016

The university's Use of Materials Protected by Copyright policy has been revised (June 21, 2016) to reflect changes to the Canadian Copyright Act.  We encourage all members of the university community to review this policy.   ...
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Changes to the Copyright Act come into effect today

Nov 07, 2012

As of today, November 7, 2012, the changes to the Copyright Act that were part of Bill C-11 come into effect.  The Copyright Act is the piece of federal legislation regarding copyright and allowable uses of material protected by copyright.  There has been an effort to reform and modernize ...
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