Learn About Copyright In Australia

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art.base said 8 years ago

AUSTRALIAN COPYRIGHT COUNCIL’S 2009 TRAINING PROGRAMMELBOURNE

Everyone uses copyright-protected material, but not everyone understands
their rights and obligations under copyright law in Australia.

Australian Copyright Council training will help you work out when you’re
faced with a copyright issue and what to do about it. Some sessions deal
with certain activities, and others are targeted at certain organisations,
such as educational institutions and libraries.

The Australian Copyright Council’s 2009 Melbourne training sessions will be
held on 12-15 May 2009. The Council is a non-profit, non-government
organisation.

Program overview at http://www.copyright.org.au/training2009

Tuesday 12 May 2009
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  • Copyright primer
  • Permissions & clearances

Wednesday 13 May 2009
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  • Websites & online publishing
  • User-generated content; Web 2.0
  • Recent legislative & policy developments
  • Recent cases

Thursday 14 May 2009
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  • Educators: Copyright overview
  • Educators: Using text & images (incl. internet)
  • Educators: Using AV material (incl. internet)

Friday 15 May 2009
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  • Educators: New education technologies: copyright issues
  • Compliance procedures & policies
  • Libraries: Conquering copyright

Special offers
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  • Educators: book into all 3 of Thursday’s educators sessions at a
    discounted rate
    € Get $5 off a book for every training session you attend
    € See also offers at http://shop.copyright.org.au

CPD & attendance certificates
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€ Continuing professional development (CPD) points where applicable
€ Attendance certificates available

Training program in other cities
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We also run training sessions in other capital cities.

Visit http://www.copyright.org.au/training2009

How to book
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  • book online at http://shop.copyright.org.au/home.php?cat=255
  • download an order form from http://www.copyright.org.au/training2009
  • email us your details and order