Copyright is the exclusive right to produce, reproduce, publish or perform an original literary, artistic, dramatic or musical work. - CIPO
Medicine Hat College Library Services has prepared this guide to help educate and support faculty, staff and students in their navigation of Copyright as it relates to their academic work. Copyright directives at the Medicine Hat College conform to the prescribed laws and practices in the Copyright Act; as well as a number of court decisions and licensing agreements.
It should be noted that this is a guide only and is not a substitute for legal advice in this complicated and dynamic field of Canadian Law.
Intellectual property by Arthur Shlain from the the Noun Project licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Serving Student Access Needs As We
Rapidly Shift to Online Course and Exam Delivery: Copyright Considerations
This resource provides some quick tips for transitioning your course on the fly. As always, if you have questions or need assistance email the Copyright Specialist email@example.com.
Key points to remember:
This transitioning to online course delivery resource adapted for MHC from a previous adaptation by Mount Royal University and the Canadian Association of Research Libraries from material prepared by the Copyright Office, University of Minnesota document Copyright Services, Rapidly shifting your course from in-person to online. Unless otherwise noted, all content on the Copyright Information section of this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License. We would like to acknowledge some contribution of adaptation language from University of Toronto Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office and Ryerson University Library.