Center for Intellectual Property
- Upcoming education programming and events
- CIP Member Community—Learn more and join today!
- NEW! Intellectual Property Management, Digitization and Digital Media Post Baccalaureate Certificate (Credit) Program. The certificate in intellectual property, digitization and digital media covers the legal, technical and business fundamentals of intellectual property (IP) management relating to digitization and digital media and explores the emerging consequences and opportunities within this field. The program is designed to enhance your IP management skillset and help you navigate the complex questions that arise from using and publishing digital media. This certificate is offered in partnership with UMUC's Center for Intellectual Property, a pioneer in intellectual property management education and research. Apply today!
2013–2014 Professional Development Course Offerings
- IPNA 606 Intellectual Property Management Best Practices
June 17–28, 2013
- IPNA 605 Global Intellectual Property Management
July 22–August 2, 2013
- *IPNA 700: Advanced Course - Foundation in Patent Management
(4 weeks online)
August 26, 2013–September 20, 2013
- *IPNA 600: Foundation in Copyright Management (8 weeks online)
September 23, 2013–November 8, 2013
- *IPNA 609: Emerging Technology and IP: MOOCs and Beyond (2 weeks online)
September 23, 2013–October 4, 2013
- *IPNA 610: Law and Policy in Open Access (2 weeks online)
October 7, 2013–October 18, 2013
- *IPNA 607: Orphan Works and Copyright (2 weeks online)
January 13, 2014–January 24, 2014
- *IPNA 611: Scholarly Communications (2 weeks online)
January 20, 2014–January 31, 2014
- *IPNA 613: Law and Policy in Fair Use (2 weeks online)
January 27, 2014–February 7, 2014
- *IPNA 620: Managing Intellectual Assets in the World of Big Data (2 weeks online)
February 17, 2014–February 28, 2014
- Learn more and register
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The Center for Intellectual Property Handbook
As more and more instructional material is delivered through the Internet, you have the awesome responsibility of informing patrons, faculty and staff about the proper use of digital content on your campus networks. Where do you go for guidance? This comprehensive manual provides you with an overview of the policy and legal issues that need to be considered—as well as potential solutions—when meeting the various challenges posed by the networked campus. More details and ordering information
The information presented here is only general information. Legal advice must be provided in the course of an attorney-client relationship specifically with reference to all the facts of the particular situation under consideration. Such is not the case here, and accordingly, the information presented here must not be relied on as a substitute for obtaining legal advice from a licensed attorney.
Legal matters concerning University of Maryland University College should be referred to the university's Office of Legal Affairs at 301-985-7080.