Intellectual Copyright

Intellectual Copyright

Video credit:Intellectual Property: Copyrights – posted by Kauffman FoundersSchool on YouTube Watch Think Explore Links Discuss Think Explore In Canada, copyright is inherent with the producer of the original work. This means that you do not have to go to an official copyright certifier to say “I own this.” That being said, in the event […]

Freelancing 101

Freelancing 101

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Canadian Copyright Act

Canadian Copyright Act

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Online Libel 101

Online Libel 101

Video credit: What not to say on social media – posted by citynewstoronto on YouTube Watch Think Explore Links Discuss Think Explore Libel is defined as any published, false statement that is damaging to an identifiable person’s reputation. The topic of libel within social networking, particularly on Facebook and Twitter, has become a buzzworthy topic as more and […]

Creative Commons

Creative Commons

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Publish

Publish

You are a publisher! Whether you realize it or not, putting information online makes you a publisher.  Think you already know everything about online publishing?  Want to find out more? Familiarize yourself with rights and responsibilities as a publisher. Learn about the evolving Canadian copyright laws and proper citation for all digital information, not just […]