“The University of British Columbia and its faculty, staff and students are creators of various forms of intellectual property, as well as consumers of intellectual property. As creators, we rely on the protections offered by intellectual property laws to ensure that our work product is protected from improper use. As consumers of intellectual property, we are legally (and morally) obligated to respect the intellectual property rights of others, just as we expect others to respect our intellectual property rights…One intellectual property right that is very important to UBC faculty, staff and students is copyright.”
Would you like to learn more about copyright at UBC? Are you curious about your own copyright obligations or how to obtain permission to use copyrighted materials? If so, simply register and attend a free session being offered as part of the Copyright Education Series – a collaboration between The Library, CTLT, and The UBC Bookstore.
Did you know?
UBC has a dedicated website (http://copyright.ubc.ca) that provides useful information on copyright guidelines, fair dealing guidelines, distributing course resources and much more.