VocabularyAccess Copyright: a not-for-profit organizationwhose role is to help content users and creatorswith selling and buying the rights to a workImage title: “Copyright World”
VocabularyCopyright: a law that protects an author orcreator’s right to reproduce, publish, and sell hisor her workImage by Seyfang
VocabularyIntellectual property: A creator’s rights to his orher own intellectual work. This work can beindustrial, scientific, literary or artistic.Examples of intellectual property includegeographic indications, traditionalknowledge, trade secrets, etc.
VocabularyRoyalty: the payment an owner receives whenselling his or her copyrightImage by Reynolds
MLA Citation ExamplesBook with one author:Dickens, Charles. A Tale of Two Cities. New YorkCity, NY: Penguin Books, 2010. Print.
MLA Citation ExamplesInternet website:"The Way We Green: Environmental Strategic Plan.” The City ofEdmonton. N.p., n.d. Web. 9 June 2013.<http://www.edmonton.ca/ city_government/city_vision_and_strategic_plan/the-way-we- green.aspx>.