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UMUC seeks talented adjunct/part-time faculty to teach Understanding Intellectual Property Management for the Graduate School for Spring 2013 and beyond. We are seeking faculty who are ready to challenge students in one of higher education’s most dynamic learning environments.
Teach for UMUC and enjoy
Flexible Schedule – teaching that fits into your work and personal life
Choices – classes online or on-site in Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC
Training – introductory and advanced preparation for online teaching
Support – professional development workshops, peer mentoring and collegial sharing
Satisfaction – interaction with highly motivated, professional adult students
Benefits – access to some State of Maryland benefits
Library – access to UMUC’s Information and Library Services while actively teaching
Understanding Intellectual Property Management (CIPC610)
This course is an overview of patents, trademarks, copyrights and related concepts with an emphasis on digital copyright. Discussions will cover the law of copyright ownership, registration, exemptions, The Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and liability issues. Consideration of the various business models and technologies used in the commercialization of creative works and the strategies including technological measures employed to protect creative works on the Internet will be discussed. Current trends and issues in intellectual property (IP) policy, inventory of the IP portfolio and IP licensing are also addressed.
A terminal degree (i.e. PhD, DBA, JD, etc.) is required from a regionally accredited institution. Minimum of three years industry experience required.
Minimum of three years teaching experience preferred.
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