Fair dealing and educational exceptions in the Copyright Act are available to the Langara community for teaching and training purposes.
General college publication and events are usually not covered by these exceptions.
If a use of a copyright-protected work is not permitted by a license, fair dealing, or educational exceptions, the Copyright Office can help employees acquire permission from the copyright owner.
For more information on fair dealing and educational exceptions, visit the Copyright for Instructors webpage:
Langara is committed to balancing its interests as a place of learning with those of content creators and publishers. This website provides information to help students, staff, and faculty manage their individual rights and responsibilities under Canadian copyright law.
Use of copyright-protected content on campus is governed by:
These form the foundation of Langara's copyright policies and directives.
The Copyright Office, based in Langara Library, offers resources, educational workshops, and services (including permissions and licensing) to members of the College community. For assistance or to arrange a customized copyright session for your department, please contact us.
The information obtained from or through this website is provided as guidelines for using works for educational purposes and is not intended to constitute legal advice.
Langara's copyright website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.