[Asis-l] ONLINE: Copyright Management and Leadership - Register Today
SPetersen at umuc.edu
Tue Mar 2 13:13:57 EST 2010
Whether online or face-to-face the CIP provides stellar opportunities.
Advance your career through the new certification program "Copyright
Leadership in Higher Education". Certification begins with the core
course - Foundations in Copyright Management and Leadership.
Registration ends on March 22.
FOUNDATIONS IN COPYRIGHT MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP.
Dates: March 29 - April 23 (Part 1) and April 26 - May 21 (Part 2).
Instructor: Kimberly Bonner, J.D., Executive Director of the Center for
Intellectual Property, University of Maryland University College.
To meet the challenges facing the education enterprise, leaders must
provide their organizations with viable solutions for managing and
brokering information in the digital environment. The Foundations in
Copyright Management and Leadership course -- in conjunction with an
elective workshop -- provides participants with the knowledge and
education sorely needed to navigate the changes in business and
education due to the influence of the digital environment.
Participants in the certificate program also take one elective workshop
-- included in the registration fee.
Detailed Description & Course Objectives:
SIGN UP TODAY: http://tinyurl.com/y9gb86q [Secured Server].
Also of Interest: The 2010 Symposium.
Hybrid (C): Sustaining Culture in Copyright.
June 22-24, 2010.
Washington Convention Center.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
-- WILLIAM PATRY, Senior Copyright Counsel, Google Inc.
"Moral Panics and The Copyright Wars."
-- PETER JASZI, Professor, Washington College of Law, American
"The Future of Fair Use."
Use your CIP membership for significant registration discounts. Not a
member yet? Join now at http://www.cipcommunity.org/membership. For
registration and information, visit http://www.umuc.edu/cip2010 or call
Center For Intellectual Property
University of Maryland University College
3501 University Boulevard East
Adelphi, MD 20783
spetersen at umuc.edu
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