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Copyright is vitally important to publishing as it protects original works of authorship such as poetry, novels, movies, songs, computer software, architecture, and so on. The [course_title] will initially introduce you to the basics of copyright law including fairness and personality theories, the rights to reproduce and modify and more. In addition to that, understand what happens if you break the copyright law.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Open Culture

Course Curriculum

Module: 01
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 1.1, The Foundations of Copyright Law: Introduction 00:12:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 1.2, The Foundations of Copyright Law: Originality 00:23:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 1.3, Foundations of Copyright Law: Idea/Expression Distinction 00:13:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 1.4, The Foundations of Copyright Law: Multilateral Treaties 00:38:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 2.1, Fairness and Personality Theories: Introduction 00:10:00
Module: 02
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 2.2, Fairness and Personality Theories: Fairness 00:33:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 2.3, Fairness and Personality Theories: Personality 00:28:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 3.1, The Subject Matter of Copyright: Literature (and software) 00:21:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 3.2, The Subject Matter of Copyright: Drama and choreography 00:12:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 3.3, The Subject Matter of Copyright: Music 00:24:00
Module: 03
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 3.4, The Subject Matter of Copyright: Audiovisual Works 00:08:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 3.5, The Subject Matter of Copyright: Fictional Characters 00:09:00
CopyX L3 6 00:29:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 4.1, Welfare Theory: The Utilitarian Framework 00:38:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 4.2, Welfare Theory: The Incentive Theory of Copyright 00:31:00
Module: 04
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 4.3, Welfare Theory: Applications and Assessment 00:17:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 5.1, Authorship: Sole Authorship 00:19:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 5.2, Authorship: Joint Authorship 00:32:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 5.3, Authorship: Works for Hire 00:28:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 6.1, The Mechanics of Copyright: The Decline of Formalities 00:36:00
Module: 05
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 6.2, The Mechanics of Copyright: Duration 00:10:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 6.3, The Mechanics of Copyright: Protective Provisions 00:30:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 7.1, The Rights to Reproduce and Modify: Reproduction 00:29:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 7.2, The Rights to Reproduce and Modify: Improper Appropriation 00:43:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 7.3, The Rights to Reproduce and Modify: Derivative Works 00:17:00
Module: 06
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 8.1, Distribution & Performance Rights: Distribution 00:43:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 8.2, The Right to Distribute, Perform, & Display: Performances 00:35:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 8.3, Distribution & Performance Rights: Exceptions & Limitations 00:19:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 9.1, Fair Use: The History of Fair Use 00:40:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 9.2, Fair Use: Fair Use Today 00:44:00
Module: 07
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 9.3, Fair Use: Other Approaches 00:35:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 10.1, Cultural Theory: Premises 00:30:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX: Lecture 10.2, Cultural Theory: Implications 00:36:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX, Lecture 10.3, Cultural Theory: Supplements and Concerns 00:15:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX, Lecture 11.1, Supplements to Copyright: Secondary Liability 00:21:00
Module: 08
William Fisher, CopyrightX, Lecture 11.2, Supplements to Copyright: Dual-Use Technologies 00:44:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX, Lecture 11.3, Supplements to Copyright: Tech Protection Measures 00:28:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX, Lecture 12.1, Remedies: Equitable Relief 00:15:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX, Lecture 12.2, Remedies: Damages 00:33:00
William Fisher, CopyrightX, Lecture 12.3, Remedies: Criminal Penalties 00:17:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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