A school is a large organizational structure which can contain various departments and divisions. The departments and divisions should be listed in the departments and divisions section. The school should not contain any learning resources. The school can contain projects for developing learning resources.
The following topics and learning resources are incorporated within the departments below as core curriculum and are common to all types of degrees. A topic page is a starting point for choosing between many different existing learning resources in the Wikiversity on that topic. When only one learning resource, for example, a specific course, lecture or lesson, is available on a topic, that specific resource is listed here. Additional topics, relevant to particular degree types, are specified in individual departments named below.
The topics may be grouped by level of difficulty, and each one roughly corresponds to an academic year at degree level. Normally you should not study a subject at a higher level until you have completed, or are at least familiar, with the previous level.
- Intellectual art
- Intellectual property
- Intellectual Property - proposed policy and procedures for Australian research and education
- Case studies in patent litigation
- Introduction to the United States Patent System
- Owning the Intangible/Patenting the Human Genome
- Owning the Intangible/Sports Patents
Paris Convention Berne Convention
Patent Attorney Inventor Patent Office Civil Servant
EPO WIPO USPTO JPO OCN
This School is founded on 25 August 2007 (by a Student preparing for the EQE)
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