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Dec 5th 2016

This course provides an engaging and methodical insight into the past and present cultural and commercial music industry developments, directions, and trends. It will equip the students with the knowledge and skills necessary to appreciate, understand and more productively participate in today’s music industry field.

Average: 8 (1 vote)
Nov 28th 2016

This course has been developed to provide students with the latest instruction on the best way for creators, consumers, and facilitators to navigate the resurgence of one of the world’s most exciting industries: the music business. Three things are clear about today’s music industry: The consumption of music is expanding at the greatest rate in history and from the most portals ever imagined, the cost of producing music is decreasing, and the number of artists creating and seeking to expose their work and develop careers through the Internet has increased dramatically.

Average: 10 (1 vote)
Nov 21st 2016

Copyright questions about different formats (data, images, music and video) can be especially difficult. Sometimes the law specifically distinguishes between these different formats, and in most cases there are media-specific considerations that impact a copyright analysis. In this course we will look at four different media, paying special attention to the unique issues for each one and the kinds of information that is important when making copyright decisions for each type of material.

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Nov 21st 2016

This course will examine the music industry in the United States, with the unique perspective gained by Vanderbilt University’s location in Nashville, TN. Nashville is a major center of music in the United States, and the music created here has a global reach, particularly in the country, rock, pop, singer-songwriter, and Americana genres. However, students will learn that the basic principles of recording, marketing, copyright, licensing, and live performance are the same, regardless of musical style or genre.

Average: 9 (1 vote)
Nov 21st 2016

Fear and uncertainty about copyright law often plagues educators and sometimes prevents creative teaching. This course is a professional development opportunity designed to provide a basic introduction to US copyright law and to empower teachers and librarians at all grade levels.

Average: 9 (1 vote)
Jun 13th 2016

A free online course to help researchers, producers and archivists understand UK film and TV copyright, and how to apply it. Whether you’re a junior researcher, producer or archivist, this free online course from BAFTA Research, Film London and UCL will help you get to grips with the fundamentals of UK copyright for film and TV. Over two weeks, you will hear expert advice from academic specialists along with real life case studies from the wider film industry.

Average: 10 (1 vote)
Apr 5th 2016

Explore the theories of copyright and trademark laws and policy implications in this IP law course.

Average: 9 (1 vote)
Oct 26th 2015

This MOOC aims at introducing the phenomenon of copyright to the layman. It focuses primarily on professionals or non-professionals who are creating their own works, regardless of the form or genre. This MOOC focuses on practical tips and knowledge, and is most suitable for authors and creators of (digital) learning materials. It will try to answer questions such as: What is acceptable use? Where does plagiarism begin? What could be the consequences of (consciously or unconsciously) copying? This MOOC discusses several concrete cases that are relevant to this target group.

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Oct 6th 2014

In this course, you will learn about the most common myths and misinformation related to copyright and fair use. You'll learn how copyright law protects both the rights of authors and audiences and about three prevailing views of copyright in relation to digital media and digital learning.

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