Copyright Guide for Faculty (by the Mohawk Library)
Organized by format, this website provides information on what activities are legally within Canadian Copyright law. If you have any questions about the document, please contact your librarians.
CAUT Guidelines for the Use of Copyrighted Material
Published in April, 2011, this guide gives a comprehensive overview of what is permissible under current Canadian copyright law, especially as it relates to the use of instructional materials. http://www.caut.ca/uploads/Copyright_guidelines.pdf
Canadian Copyright Act
The consolidated version of the Canadian Copyright Act.
Access Copyright. The Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency
Access Copyright, the Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency, is a not-for-profit agency created by publishers and creators to license public access to copyright works and distribute licensing revenues to creators. Access Copyright is the collective through which we have a blanket licence to copy certain kinds of material (primarily print) for classroom and library use. There is one licence for all colleges and universities in Canada. Links on the Access Copyright site provide details on what can and cannot be copied under this licence. It does not cover digital uses of copyright material.
Copyright Information Centre
Comprehensive electronic resource for Canadian copyright information.
Copyright Matters! Some Key Questions and Answers for Teachers
An electronic book in PDF format that is meant to give instructors information on Canadian copyright law and how it relates to the use of resources in education.
Canadian Copyright Act - Overview
A concise summary of the Canadian Copyright Act, that contains links to explanations of copyright law as it relates to the classroom, Internet and music.