Invitation to teachers for participation in research on remote education during the pandemic
The research focuses on the materials, tools, methods, as well as the obstacles and difficulties encountered by the teachers during remote education. Its purpose is to collect data that can support advocacy work in the area of copyright exceptions for education in the European Union.
You can participate in the survey by filling out a short questionnaire, which will take less than 10 minutes.
This is also reported by ARNES.
“The privacy of individuals means limiting government or corporate power: the more someone knows about you, the more power they have over you, therefore it is not always worth selling it for a penny of apparent or real convenience,” pointed out dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič in an interview with Finance Manager.
In March, 2021, more than 250 organizations from all around the world, including the IPI, called on all WTO members to waive certain provisions of the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), including copyright provisions, to more effectively prevent, contain and treat COVID-19. Calls for the suspension of certain TRIPS provisions due to COVID-19 have been successful. The US was the first to take an important step. When will the EU act properly?
Today we celebrate World Intellectual Property Day. The Intellectual Property Institute (IPI) celebrates it by publishing a collection of answer questions that we have received regarding copyright in education from the teachers for whom we have organized the project “Copyright in Education”.
On 23 April we celebrate the World Book and Copyright Day.