Copyright Workshop

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  1. Ozzy

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    NEW COPYRIGHT WORKSHOP
    TO BE HELD AT THE BRITISH LIBRARY

    22 February (fully booked), 22 March, 19 April and 17 May

    The Patent Office and British Library are collaborating in the delivery
    of a new copyright workshop to be held at the British Library.

    Copyright gives the creators of certain kinds of material rights to
    control ways their material is used. This workshop is designed as an
    introduction to copyright, and is suitable for anyone with little or no
    knowledge of the subject. It will explain some of the basics of copyright, including what copyright protects, who owns it, how long it lasts, using copyright works, and the role of collective licensing bodies.

    The workshop will be presented by Jill Durdin from the Patent Office

    The Workshop is from 14:30 to 17:00 and begins with a tour of the
    British Library Business and Intellectual Property Centre.

    It is open to anybody but numbers are restricted and early booking is
    advised.

    To book please contact the British Library at:

    Tel: 020 7412 7919
    Email: [email protected]
    www.bl.uk/collections/patents/clinic.html
     
    Posted: Jan 31, 2006 By: Ozzy Member since: Feb 9, 2003
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