Launch of the Copyright the Card Game – Canadian edition!

flag flap / Spatial Mongrel / CC BY

We are very pleased to announce that hot on the heels of the fabulous blog post on Monday from Alex Kohn and Jessica Lange, on Copyright Transfer Agreements, the Canadian team, (which Alex is part of) have finally completed their version of Copyright the Card Game. The cards and a slide deck are now available from our website.

We were so thrilled to hear about all the work that was done earlier in the year, described in this blog post, and so here is an early Christmas present for you all! We hope this inspires more international editions of our game to be developed. In the meantime, with so much focus on copyright law in Canada at the moment, we suspect the game might well be in demand.

 

 

Congratulations to the Canadian team who are currently also working on a French language edition. The team includes:

The Canadian Card Game team

Mélanie Brunet – Copyright Services Librarian, University of Ottawa
Joshua Dickison – Copyright Officer, University of New Brunswick Libraries
Lisa Di Valentino – Law & Public Policy Librarian, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Rumi Graham – University Copyright Advisor & Graduate Studies Librarian, University of Lethbridge
Alex Kohn – Head of the Office of Copyright Compliance, McGill University Library
Kate Langrell – Copyright Coordinator, University of Saskatchewan
Obianuju Mollel – Senior Consultant in Knowledge Management, Alberta Health Services
Stephen Spong – Copyright Services Librarian, Centennial College Libraries
Christina Winter – Copyright and Scholarly Communications Librarian, University of Regina

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