Intellectual Property Law is an open course for the public, integrating law, management and culture into an interdisciplinary knowledge popularization and case sharing. The course covers not only the legal principles of copyright, patent, trademark, anti unfair competition, network intellectual property and so on, but also the classic case practice of Huawei, apple and bat, as well as the reflection and exploration of traditional intellectual property from the perspective of intellectual property culture.
The course will be based on fully online video course resources guided and self-study, supplemented by online live broadcast and online interactive discussion, guidance and assistance. It is hoped to open the online and offline hybrid learning window where teachers, students and classmates progress together, learn with interest and follow. Learn to think and make progress with thinking.
Completing all learning activities of this course means passing the assessment of this course.
Law professor, has long been engaged in the teaching and research of intellectual property law. He has edited "Copyright Law" (Gansu People's Publishing House 1997 edition), co-edited "Intellectual Property Law Tutorial" (Law Press 2005 edition), etc., and published the growth of Shanghai creative industry "Disney" legal options ("Technology and Law" 2011 Issue 5) and many other related papers. Academic part-time jobs include: executive director and deputy secretary-general of the Chinese Society of Science and Technology Law; an off-campus master tutor at the School of Intellectual Property of East China University of Political Science and Law; and an intellectual property adjudication expert at the Intermediate People's Court of Xining, Qinghai Province. The research fields mainly involve science and technology law, intellectual property law, information network law, etc.
Law lecturer, lawyer, assistant teacher of this course. He has long been engaged in the teaching and research of intellectual property law, participated in the compilation of "Intellectual Property Law Course" (Law Press 2005 edition), etc., and published publicly including the analysis of new trends in international intellectual property issues and countermeasures ("People's Forum" in March 2013), Several papers including the revision of trademark concepts in the era of information economy ("Electronic Intellectual Property", Issue 1, 2008). He is currently a director of the Chinese Society of Science and Technology Law, and has worked with Lu Qi to complete the creation of course resources for the "Intellectual Property Law" major in Software Engineering (Information Services) at the Open University of Shanghai.
|Course provider||Shanghai Open University|
|Number of learning activities||57|