Access Copyright Proposed Elementary and Secondary School Tariff - 2010-2012
The ability to use and distribute content in the classroom every day is an important component to teaching in elementary and secondary schools.
Each time a substantial part of a copyright protected work is copied, permission must be obtained from the rightsholder if the use is not covered by fair dealing or another exception under the Copyright Act. Getting permission each time could quickly become an onerous and time-consuming task.
Through the proposed Access Copyright Elementary and Secondary School Tariff, 2010-2012, educators can legally copy what they need when they need it without having to personally obtain permission. Educators have immediate access, under the proposed tariff, to photocopy portions of a comprehensive and vast repertoire of books, magazines, journals and newspapers.
- Photocopy, fax, type, word processs, scan and save.
- Make slides, overheads and LCD projections.
- Post scanned materials to a secure network.
- Copy consumables and reproducibles.
- Copy portions of sheet music.
- Duplicate from a stencil.
- Copy portions of other copyright protected works onto other mediums, including microfilm and microfiche.
This tariff has not yet been certified by the Copyright Board of Canada.
The proposed tariff does not cover schools located in Quebec . To find out more about copying under the proposed tariff, please contact Access Copyright at 416-868-1620 (toll-free 1-800-893-5777) or email us.