Copyright for Health Information Professionals (2/2)
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Relevant for anyone working in health information or health care, this course will provide a solid foundation in copyright principles. Participants will gain greater confidence answering common copyright questions and resolving potential copyright issues in their own use of information. You will learn how to reuse and share copyright-protected materials legally, identify and locate copyright friendly material made available under open licences. You will also learn about additional resources to deal with complex situations.
You will learn:
1) Critically apply their understanding of copyright principles to address common scenarios encountered by health librarians and information professionals;
2) Understand how to share content without infringing copyright;
3) Identify “copyright friendly” material that is openly licensed for sharing and how to find it; and
4) Refer to additional resources to deal with more complex cases.
About the presenters:
Mélanie Brunet is the Copyright Services Librarian at the University of Ottawa. Her main responsibility is copyright education and outreach with faculty, students and staff. She offers presentations, workshops and consultations on copyright, Creative Commons licences, and open educational resources.
Obianuju Mollel is a Senior Consultant in the Knowledge Management (KM) Department at Alberta Health Services (AHS). She provides learning sessions and consultations on copyright and recommended practices to both clinical and non-clinical professionals at Alberta Health Services. Prior to her current role, Obianuju taught Health Sciences Librarianship at the University of Alberta School of Library and Information Studies, and managed Capital Health Regional Library Services (now AHS Knowledge Resource Services).