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List of Useful Links
Understanding copyright and its implications is important. Below are a list of various sites on copyright that we hope will be helpful.
- Copyright – Government of Canada: Providing protection for literary, artistic, dramatic and musical creations
- A Guide to Copyright / Le guide du droit d’auteur
- Copyright Act of Canada / Droit d’auteur
- Copyright Modernization Act
- Copyright Guide – Concordia university Library
- CultureLibre.ca – (in French)
- Creative Commons
- Copyright Act Overview from COPIBEC
Videos on Copyright
- Using copyrighted content licensed under Creative Commons or from the Public Domain. From Dr. Olivier Charbonneau: Business Librarian, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=as5QsoRYyBk&list=PLaqfn26UOsX-jloDaE72pOxPxwySoiT_-
- What’s up with Copyright? Presentation on copyright concepts by Dr. Olivier Charbonneau
- Government of Canada: What is Copyright? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljNS5p3cqls
- Creative commons videos – https://creativecommons.org/about/videos/