Confused about copyright and online course delivery?
Log in and Learn with new webinars, educational resources and live Q & A sessions
Copyright can be complex and confusing with the transition to online course delivery, and the potential legal and reputational consequences of non-compliance with Copyright Law adds further stress to the equation.
That’s why the UM Copyright Office has developed the Copyright Office—Webinars & Educational Resources site, a one-stop knowledge base on UM Learn. You can download recorded webinars, print and electronic media on the use of copyright protected works at U of M.
Faculty, instructors and academic staff already enrolled in the U of M Copyright Tutorial in UM Learn can automatically access the site by logging in here — or look for it on your UM Learn homepage under “My Courses.”
Not sure if you have access? Contact the U of M Copyright Office to get registered: um [dot] copyright [at] umanitoba [dot] ca
New! Copyright Log in and Learn Live Demo sessions
Also new from the U of M Copyright Office this fall are a series of Frequently Asked Copyright Questions (FAQ) Live Demo Sessions.
Using screen-sharing in Microsoft Teams, Copyright Office experts will demonstrate search strategies for online images, assess copyright status of online video and text resources, interpreting Creative Commons licenses, and more.