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Copyright for Students

By Line Parent, Copyright Bureau, Library and Archives Canada

Can I reproduce and use material from The EvidenceWeb for my school projects?

Do you have other sites that allow me to reproduce and use material for my school projects?

More information about copyright

Can I reproduce and use material from The EvidenceWeb for my school projects?

Yes. The EvidenceWeb has a pre-authorized license that allows you to reproduce and use the material contained in The EvidenceWeb database for your school projects.

Do you have other sites that allow me to reproduce and use material for my school projects?

Yes. You can go to the Images Canada site where the pre-authorized license from the partners allows you to reproduce and use the images for educational purposes.

More information about copyright

These websites offer information about copyright in Canada:

Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO)
http://strategis.ic.gc.ca/sc_mrksv/cipo/cp/copy_gd_main-e.html

  • Check out the FAQ section http://strategis.ic.gc.ca/sc_mrksv/cipo/cp/faq_cp-e.html of the CIPO site for answers to specific copyright questions, including
    • What is a copyright?
    • To what does copyright apply?
    • What is not protected by copyright?
    • Who owns the copyright?
    • How do I obtain copyright?
    • Do I have to do anything to be protected by copyright?
    • How long does copyright last?

Copyright Matters! Some Key Questions and Answers for Teachers
www.cmec.ca/Pages/Default.aspx

What Every Teacher Should Know about Copyright
www.2learn.ca/copyright/copymain.html