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fair dealing, copyright, post-secondary educational sector, Copyright Act review

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Subject-Keyword: fair dealing copyright post-secondary educational sector Copyright Act review

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Description: Moderator-s presentation delivered as part of the closing panel for Fair Dealing Week 2017 events hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office.

Date created: February 21, 2017

DOI: doi:10.7939-R3FF3MB6B

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Autor: Wakaruk, Amanda

Fuente: https://era.library.ualberta.ca/


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Where do we go from here? Exploring the boundaries of fair dealing. Speakers: - Rumi Graham, University Copyright Advisor, University of Lethbridge - Meera Nair, Copyright Officer, NAIT Moderator: Amanda Wakaruk, Copyright Librarian, University of Alberta A panel and conversation that looks ahead to the upcoming Copyright Act review and considers the political, legal, and educational atmosphere surrounding fair dealing.
How might the post-secondary community (PSC) promote and support fair dealing for the betterment of all Canadians? Where do we go from here? Exploring the boundaries of fair dealing. Rumi Graham, LL.M, P.h.D., University Copyright Advisor, University of Lethbridge “Copying that encourages learning: Subject to a customary price or within copyright’s breathing space?” Meera Nair, P.h.D., Copyright Officer, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) “Six factors if necessary but not necessarily six factors.” Copyright Act (R.S.C., 1985, c.
C-42) Review of Act 92 Five years after the day on which this section comes into force and at the end of each subsequent period of five years, a committee of the Senate, of the House of Commons or of both Houses of Parliament is to be designated or established for the purpose of reviewing this Act. 1997, c.
24, s.
50; 2012, c.
20, s.
58. http:--laws-lois.justice.gc.ca-eng-acts-C-42-page-34.html#h-99 http:--www.theglobeandmail.com-opinion-f-article28197828- http:--www.theglobeandmail.com-arts-books-and-media-kate-taylor-kids-will-suffer-if-canadas-copyright-legislation-doesnt-change-article29720114- http:--www.hilltimes.com-2016-03-02-copyright-disagreement-between-educational-sector-and-writers-ongoing-52640 http:--www.writersunion.ca-news-copyright-board-decision-ignores-cultural-damage Fair Dealing and the 2017 Copyright Act Review What we (PSC) know: - - entire Act will be up for review House of Commons Standing Committees on Canadian Heritage; Industry, Science, and Technology multiple ...





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