Upcoming Copyright Certificate Programs and eTutorials

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Begins 16 September 2020. 2 Weeks. Fully Online.

You’ll learn to write the best copyright permissions request, how to approach a copyright owner for permission, what to include in your permissions request letter, copyright permission letter best practices and much more. Each lesson contains a text lecture, further resources to explore, and a self-marking quiz.

Begins 16 September. Register now!

Course Syllabus

  • Is It Possible to Simplify Obtaining Permission?
  • Make Sure You Need Permission
  • Identifying the Copyright Owner
  • What Rights Do You Need?
  • How To Determine Fees for Copyright Permissions
  • Tips for Obtaining Your Ideal Terms and Conditions
  • Copyright Permissions Letter Checklist
  • Practical Applications and FAQs
  • Best Practices for Your Copyright Permissions Requests
  • Test Your Knowledge

See more information about
Obtaining Permission: The Copyright Permissions Request
or email us.


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Copyrightlaws.com Founder and CEO Lesley Ellen Harris, JD, is a copyright consultant, author and educator. Her areas of concentration include U.S., Canadian and international copyright law, and licensing digital content. Lesley frequently works with libraries, archives, museums and educational institutions. She created and developed the nine-course Certificate in Copyright Management program in partnership with the Special Libraries Association (SLA), and taught it for nine years. Lesley has also taught online courses with the American Library Association (ALA), and is on the Adjunct Faculty with the Department of Library and Information Science, Catholic University of America (in Washington, DC). Lesley is the author of numerous articles and several books including Licensing Digital Content: A Practical Guide for Librarians (3rd ed., 2018). See Lesley’s full bio here.