Contact the SFU Copyright Office

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Copyright Office
W.A.C. Bennett Library
Simon Fraser University
8888 University Drive
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6

copy@sfu.ca

The Copyright Office welcomes all questions about copyright from instructors, staff and students. We can help you apply Canada's Copyright Act and SFU's copyright policies to your teaching, learning and research as well as your authoring or creation of copyright protected works. The Copyright Office also welcomes requests for presentations or workshops for your class or department year-round in any length and format, such as full-length workshops, shorter meeting presentations or more casual "lunch & learns."

Donald Taylor, Copyright Officer: copy@sfu.ca or 778.782.4304 (email preferred)

Jennifer Zerkee, Copyright Specialist: copy@sfu.ca or 778.782.9961 (email preferred)

Contact the Liaison librarian for your department for help finding materials to use in your teaching or research.

Contact the Centre for Educational Excellence for help creating your online course.

See the sections for Instructors, Staff, Students, and Authors and other creators for help with using copyright protected materials in certain ways and creating works.

Questions about other intellectual property rights, patents, and licensing of research IP can be directed to the Technology Licensing Office: tlo_admin@sfu.ca.

Questions about intellectual property rights in all other contracts and written agreements between SFU and third parties that are created or received by SFU employees can be directed to Li-Jeen Broshko, General Counsel: li-jeen_broshko@sfu.ca or 778.782.4638.