Wednesday, July 15, 2009

CIPO Intellectual Property Teaching Kit

The Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) has created a series of six intellectual property case studies for post-secondary institutions. The series was produced in collaboration with McMaster University in Hamilton:

"These teaching tools are designed to reflect realistic career situations for students, particularly those studying engineering, science and business. Using a 50 to 90 minute in-class discussion format, each case study can be easily integrated into an existing course. "

"CIPO is offering these teaching tools to post-secondary institutions across Canada as of the 2009 fall semester, in collaboration with the Alliance for the Commercialization of Canadian Technologies (ACCT Canada)."

Case study summaries can be found on the CIPO website.

For information about the package, e-mail casestudies@ic.gc.ca

[Source: CultureLibre.ca]

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