Advanced Copyright in the Corporate Workplace
Copyright is a type of property law that is intended to secure rights to works that an author has created. OnCopyright Education’s six module eLearning certificate course, Advanced Copyright in the Corporate Workplace, focuses on the basics of U.S. copyright law and when permission to use copyrighted materials may be required. With an emphasis on text-based materials, key issues that affect employees are discussed. During each online session students will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session. Students will also receive a workbook and a recording of the session itself to help with copyright questions long after the course has been completed.
- State the underlying purpose of copyright law
- Describe the purposes of sections 106, 107 and 109 in U.S. Code title 17, Chapter 1
- Conduct a fair use analysis on at least three scenarios encountered in your organization
- List at least one action you will take at your organization within a month of completing this course
The six-module course takes place in three 90-minute sessions over three days.
October 16, 18 & 23
Are you unclear on how copyright law impacts your work? OnCopyright Education’s one module eLearning certificate course, Copyright 101, focuses on a broad overview of U.S. copyright law and when permission to use copyrighted materials may be required. During the 120 minute class, students will have the opportunity to participate in a question and answer session with the instructor. They will also receive a workbook and a recording of the class itself as a resource.
- State the purpose of copyright
- Describe the intent of §107 Fair Use
- Recognize copyright implications for digital content
- Identify potential infringements of copyright
- Understand copyright compliance best practices