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It is not uncommon for teachers to make teaching materials by making photocopies of other people’s copyrighted books or articles, or by making use of articles or images created by others, or materials provided by publishers in their teaching. And these are all activities that involve the use of various types of copyrighted works. To improve teachers’ knowledge about copyright matters, TIPO held an information session on copyright issues involved in teaching and relevant real-world cases at the Dadun Cultural Center in Taichung on June 27. In the event, Assistant Professor Chang Chung-hsin of the School of Law of the Soochow University was invited to talk about possible copyright matters involved in teaching and share relevant real-world cases, in the hope of helping participants gain a better understanding about copyright while promoting intellectual property rights protection on campus.