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Intellectual Property Topics in Open University Distance-Taught Courses

By P. R. Lewis and M. E. Fitzpatrick

Abstract

Patents lie at the heart of engineering as a permanent and ongoing record of invention. We have taught the subject for about 5 years in both UG and PG courses, written from scratch owing to the absence of textbooks aimed specifically at engineers. Most practising engineers develop patent skills on the job rather than through conventional courses. But there is a need to present such courses as early as possible in the engineering curriculum, so that graduates have a flying start in their first employment

Publisher: Higher Education Academy
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:oro.open.ac.uk:11286
Provided by: Open Research Online

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