Why is IP Important?

Global Innovation Policy Center offers information and insight to why IP rights are worth protecting, both domestically and abroad

Intellectual Property Basics:
A Q&A for Students

This easy to follow guide from WIPO and CNIPA helps high school and college students understand IP.

Trademark Basics

The International Trademark Association provides presentations, fact sheets, glossaries and guides about trademark basics, including the befits TMs provide. 

Selected Resources from the Michelson Institute for Intellectual Property
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Michelson IP's education toolkit includes an interactive ebook, online course, video series, and undergraduate curriculum – all at no cost.

Fakes: A Program to Help Distinguish the Difference

The Unreal Campaign is a consumer awareness program which aims to educate young consumers (14 to 23) about the dangers of counterfeiting and the importance of trademarks.

Teaching and Learning Materials for All Ages

Discover a broad range of teaching and learning materials from the UK IP Office – plus projects and activities for all ages that will inspire. 

Resources from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)

Materials for teens, kids, parents and teachers to motivate students to realize their potential and become life-long learners.

Copyright Basics

Basic questions about copyrights answered for readers, listeners and creators by the leading resource on the topic.

Patent Basics: Materials for Creators, Students & Others

A portal entry to a range of materials, activities and videos for IP topics that affect students, creators and consumers. 

Ideas Powered @ School

Innovative resources and tools to inspire creativity, innovation
and entrepreneurship in schools

Critical Thinking is a Life-Skill for Everyone

Digital and media literacy education helps individuals of all ages develop the habits of inquiry and skills of expression they need for to be critical thinkers and citizens in today’s world.

IP Basics Awareness Central (IPABC) is provided by CIPU, an independent non-profit organization 
and a federally approved 51(c)(3).
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