We’re all adapting to a new way of life, and work, amid the current Coronavirus crisis.  With most of us transitioning to work-from-home, there are countless new considerations as we strive for business continuity.  Now, more than ever, seems like a great time to brush up on your basic understanding of copyright from home.  CCC is here to help with complimentary resources like these to get you started:

Copyright Basics Video

Get up to speed on what copyright is, the extent to which materials are copyright protected, and what you can and cannot do with copyrighted materials at work by viewing our introductory video.

What is (and Isn’t) Protected by Copyright

Use this complimentary quick reference guide on the responsible use of content and learn where copyright protection begins and ends.

Copyright at Work – Online Seminar

If you’ve ever been puzzled by copyright questions, join our online seminar to learn from the copyright experts and to expand your respect for intellectual property. Not only will you get answers to your copyright questions, but you’ll also learn:

  • The basics of copyright law
  • Fair use – what it is and how it works
  • When copyright permission is needed, for both photocopies and electronic content
  • How to obtain copyright permission and much more…

Learn More

Copyright.com is your resource for educational information about the subject of copyright.  Access additional courses and programs, videos, articles and papers, copyright-around-the-world info and more.

CCC’s Copyright Education

Beyond these complimentary resources, CCC’s Copyright Education eLearning certificate courses can help take your copyright knowledge to the next level.  Whether you are responsible for managing compliance and ethics, obtaining permissions, organizing your organization’s various license agreements, or dealing with content, Copyright Education’s Certificate Program will guide you through the complex world of copyright.

Author: Rachael Shove

Rachael Shove is a marketing communications manager responsible for writing and producing compelling content and campaigns to expand CCC’s visibility, build awareness for expanding product and service offerings, and educate audiences in the corporate market. Prior to joining CCC, Rachael managed marketing strategies for major consumer and not-for-profit organizations including Westfield Shopping Centers and Special Olympics, and has an MA, Communications from the University of Connecticut.
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