Wednesday, February 17, 2010

March 2010 Offering of Copyright Education: Demystifying Copyright in your Enterprise

The online course, Copyright Education: Demystifying Copyright in your Enterprise (“CE”), will next be offered March 1 - 26, 2010. This course consists of 8 e-lessons and a private discussion blog.

This course has been developed by Lesley Ellen Harris, Copyrightlaws.com. Registration is at www.acteva.com/go/copyright.

Syllabus
1. Why Copyright Education
Organizational Considerations
2. Copyright Education Leadership
3. Evaluating Copyright Issues in Your Enterprise
4. Preparing a Copyright Education Plan
Implementing A Copyright Education Program
5. Developing Content for your Copyright Education
6. Format of Copyright Education
7. Copyright Program Development and Progression
8. Additional Copyright Education Resources

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

February 16 2010 online course on US Copyright Law Principles

Libraries interested in special courses (which may lead to a Certificate in Copyright Management) -- consider the SLA Click University program. CCM 200 -- US Copyright Law Principles, begins February 16 2010. This is an online course with 3 live Webex sessions and a discussion list. Register at www.clickuniversity.com. Complete all 7 courses in 24 months and obtain a Certificate in Copyright Management.

2010 Offering of Developing A Copyright Policy

Developing A Copyright Policy will next be offered from April 12 - May 7 2010. Register now at www.acteva.com/go/copyright.

If you need a Copyright Policy, this course is for you. Over a 4 week period, you will have 8 e-lessons guiding you through the process of writing a Copyright Policy. Join your colleagues and Lesley Ellen Harris in discussions in the course blog. Complete your assignments and end the course with a draft Copyright Policy in hand. Syllabus is below. Register now and make 2010 the year copyright compliance in your organization becomes a reality.

Syllabus
1. Why You Need A Copyright Policy
2. Copyright Basics
3. Your Copyright Policy Team
4. Sensitizing and Educating Others In Your Enterprise
5. Obtaining Copyright Permissions – The Big Picture
6. Obtaining Copyright Permissions – The Specifics
7. Practical Solutions
8. Preparing Your Policy Outline/Draft

You will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the course.

Comments from a 2009 participant:

A super course. I appreciated getting your prompt feedback after posting my assignments.

Lynn Hughes
Library Technician, Copyright
College of the Rockies Library
British Columbia, Canada