View these 2 tutorials explaining how to create an account and make your declarations for your uses of copyrighted documents.
How to report uses of copyrighted documents
This tutorial (in French only) explains how to report your uses of copyrighted documents. Each step is explained in detail to ensure a successful declaration.
How to create an account
See how to create your Copibec account step by step in order to report your uses of copyrighted documents.
What should you report to Copibec when your education instituion participate to the data collection for copyright? Why do you need to report? Do you have to report content found on the web or created by your colleagues?
Learn more about the ins and outs of data collection and copyright with these 6 videos.
What is the Copibec data collection?
What should you report to Copibec when you participate to the data collection process for copyrights? Why does your educational institution have to participate in the data collection and why do you have to report your uses of copyrighted documents?
Find out more about this essential data collection for authors and publishers.
Conditions to use copyrighted documents in class
What documents can you photocopy and scan in class? Under what conditions? Find out the conditions of use offered by the Copibec licence for your educational institution.
Administrator: What is your role?
See your role as an administrator for data collecton in your school:
- Check that all personnel have created their personal accounts
- Make sure all personnel are taking part in the data collection process and meeting the deadlines
- Monitor progress and check the reporting status
- Approve or decline content use that exceeds the limits, together with the applicable fees
Displaying documents in class: How to do while respecting copyrights
The projection of an entire document is authorized by Copibec in educational institution at the preschool, elementary or high school level, as well as in adult education or vocational training centres. Some conditions apply.
Web content in school: how to respect copyright
Content available online is also protected by copyright. In order to use this content in your classroom without violating the Copyright Act, certain rules must be respected.
How to use copyrighted documents created by other teachers
Materials created by your fellow teachers are protected by copyright. The copyrights can belong to the teacher or their employer (school service centre or educational institution).