Copyright at CMB partners

As copyright becomes more complex, it is increasingly important for faculty and instructors to stay informed and aware of how teaching and learning are influenced by current laws and policies concerning the copying, digitization, and distribution of copyrighted works.

Encouraging voluntary adoption of open educational resources is one way Campus Manitoba tries to help institutions and their communities navigate this complex environment. To provide additional support, we’ve compiled a list of links to copyright resources and support at our partner institutions.

For instructors who have questions about copyright, please visit the website at your university or college for resources and support.

 

Assiniboine Community College – Copyright Help

  • The ACC Library directs faculty to the Canadian Library Association’s Copyright Information Centre, which provides resources, updates, and information about copyright designed to support guests at Canadian libraries.

Brandon University – Copyright LibGuide

  • This resource is the library’s guide to copying and digitization at Brandon University. It includes important links for faculty who are expected to follow Brandon University’s policies for using and crediting sources of information. The guide also directs faculty to Access Copyright’s Copying Guidelines and the Fair Dealing Policy Guidelines at Brandon University.

Red River College – Copyright Resources for Instructors

  • RRC’s AIR website (Anywhere/Anytime Instructor Resource) provides updated copyright guides published by the Red River College Library. Instructors can use these resources to help them comply with Canadian copyright laws and RRC policies.

The University of Winnipeg – Copyright Office

  • The University of Winnipeg has established an office to ensure that members of the academic community understand their responsibilities in the area of copyright law. Their services include consultations, presentations, and assistance with obtaining permission to use works protected by copyright.

Université de Saint Boniface – Library Resources for Copyright

  • The library at USB provides resources, information, and helpful links to aid faculty members who have questions and concerns about using copyrighted works in their courses.

University College of the North – Copyright and Fair Dealing Policy

  • The UCN library’s copyright resource helps instructors know what is permitted under fair dealing and how to follow UCN’s copyright policy.

University of Manitoba – Copyright Office

  • The University of Manitoba offers comprehensive copyright services through an office designed to ensure that students, faculty, and researchers have the support they need in their studies. The copyright office provides programs and advice on copyright issues and a centralized location for obtaining copyright clearance. They also monitor the community’s compliance with copyright laws and develop policies as laws change and become increasingly complex.