Instructor: Martha Rans
Unlimited online access has opened up a space that is open-sourced, user-generated and user-controlled. Understanding the underlying principles of digital intellectual property is critical to any communications plan. Learn to determine who owns rights to digital content and discover both the opportunities and risks with the transfer of information. What are the limits to curating digital content when producing, borrowing or sharing in a public or private space? What constitutes piracy? Learn when to pay proper attribution, what creative commons means, and when copyright law is applied. Ensure your digital communications can evolve along with them and reinvent itself on each device and platform.
- Apr 2, 2014 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
- Host Company:
- UBC Continuing Studies
- More Info:
- UBC Digital IP and Rights Management iCal file
UBC Continuing Studies Technology, Media and Professional Programs helps you gain the knowledge and skills you need to advance in your current profession or embark on a new career. From informative workshops to comprehensive certificates, our programs provide practical, applied and industry-recognized curriculum. Discover opportunities to build connections, create networks, and learn from leading academics and... more