5 - Copyright and licenses
VIDEO: "Copyright and licenses?" by Donald Taylor. A detailed overview of copyright and licenses: historical origins and different functions, why copyright and licenses are important for sharing resources, how they interact with interlibrary loan. What makes a work copyrightable? Lecturer: Donald Taylor is Head of Interlibrary Loans at Simon Fraser University Library (Canada) and the university's Copyright Officer.
Learning Outcomes: • Understand the purpose of copyright • Apply copyright principles to resource sharing • Understand copyright exceptions and apply them • Understand the basics of licensing and apply them • Understand how licensing differs from copyright • Gain a basic understanding of controlled digital lending (CDL)
Course Description: Provides a basis for understanding how national and comparative international copyright laws, licensing agreements, and their interaction with each other impacts the operation of resource-sharing systems. Will discuss the changing role of interlibrary loan services during and after the COVID 19 pandemic crisis in terms of copyright, licensing, and international agreements.
Upon successful completion of this course, each trainee will be able to: • provide a basic explanation of copyright and licensing; • distinguish between what is copyrighted and what is not; • examine resource sharing practices to determine if they comply with copyright or comply with digital resource licenses; • explain how licensing differs from copyright; • Trainees will be able to define controlled digital lending (CDL).
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|Data last updated||14 giugno 2023|
|Metadata last updated||28 giugno 2023|
|Creato||14 giugno 2023|
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