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AREC 428 Case Studies in Agribusiness Management

A supplemental research guide for the AREC 428 course, Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics.

Copyright

Copyright essentially means the "right to copy" and it is covered by the copyright law of Canada. Copyright covers legally enforceable rights, meaning that to infringe on copyright is theft or stealing. In an academic setting, it is important to know your rights as a student and to know what you can and cannot copy when undertaking your own academic work. Using copyright correctly is a part of academic integrity.

These terms (copyright, academic integrity) are quite complex. The University makes information available to students and it is worth your while to review this information. In addition, the University has it's own copyright office with a copyright coordinator.

Here are some link to information you need to know about these topics: