Frequently Asked Questions
The links on the left side menu provide you with general information about the Canadian Copyright Act and how copyrighted materials are used in teaching and research activities.
- Copyright Basics
General copyright information, including what it covers, how long it lasts, how you get permission to use someone’s copyright material and how it works internationally.
- Copyright in the Classroom
How you and your students can use other people’s copyright material in your presentations and in class.
- Copyright in the Digital Classroom
What you can and can’t post on your website and the University of Regina's learning management systems (UR Courses) and how to avoid copyright hurdles in your online classroom.
- Copyright and Library Reserves
What you should know about copyright if you want place materials on Library Reserves.
- Copyright and Coursepacks
How copyright works when you’re putting together coursepacks.
- Copyright Contacts & Resources
Who is available to help you with copyright issues at the University of Regina and other useful resources.
Text derived from Waterloo Copyright FAQ by University of Waterloo, licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Canada License.