Teresa Nobre is an attorney-at-law based in Lisbon, Portugal, and a legal expert on copyright at Communia International Association on the Digital Public Domain. She is also Creative Commons Portugal legal lead. She coordinated the research projects Educational Resources Development: Mapping Copyright Exceptions and Limitations in Europe (Creative Commons, 2014), Best Case Scenarios for Copyright (Communia, 2016) and Copyright and Education in Europe: 15 everyday cases in 15 countries (Communia, 2017). Teresa is actively involved in the copyright reform debate in Europe, and she was the legal lead of Communia’s campaign RIGHTCOPYRIGHT ( rightcopyright.eu) to fix copyright law for education. Teresa holds a university degree in Law from the University of Lisbon Faculty of Law (2003) and a LL.M. in Intellectual Property from the Munich Intellectual Property Law Center (2009).
Written by Teresa Nobre
Access to knowledge is an important aspect of the right to education . In order to respond to the needs in the classroom, teachers often complement traditional teaching resources (e.g., textbooks and other curated materials) with a wide spectrum of materials from a variety of sources (e.g., short videos, images,...Education and Copyright: obstacles to teaching in the digital age
What can a teacher do in a classroom with a poem, a video, an artwork or a piece of music created by someone else? From early childhood education to higher education, literary and artistic works can be used by teachers, academics and researchers, education support personnel and students for educational...Copyright and education: unequal conditions for teaching and learning in Europe, by Teresa Nobre
The World Intellectual Property Organization Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR) is currently engaged in discussing, at an international level, limitations and exceptions to copyright, including for educational purposes.Copyright and education at WIPO