The intellectual property course design manual is a helpful tool for university lecturers wishing to introduce or offer more in-depth intellectual property programmes.
You will find a wide range of modules designed to cover all aspects of intellectual property. The manual does not deliver teaching material itself, but provides an overview of the main topics along with comments, references and links.
The modules in this manual can be used individually or in combination to introduce IP to students across a range of disciplines, in particular business/economics, innovation management and law, and for a range of levels, from undergraduate to postgraduate and beyond.
Each module in this manual provides a full list of suggested topics, as well as the learning objectives, target audience, prior knowledge required, related modules, teacher profile and suggested duration.
The manual consists of twenty-two modules grouped into five core areas: