Intellectual property in digital communication in the education of information architects

Michał Rogoż, Iwona Pietrzkiewicz

Pedagogical University of Cracow

Preparing graduate information architects whose professional competences are obviously related to information processing – especially in a digital environment – requires equipping them with relevant knowledge of widely understood intellectual property rights protection. A question needs to be asked whether AI student can acquire sufficient competence during the basic training in the protection of intellectual property, obligatory for all first degree university courses in Poland, or is it necessary/advisable to introduce an additional specialist subject taking into account of the specific nature of the profession and the dynamic development of new technologies which constantly generates new challenges in this area.

information architecture, education, intellectual property protection, professional training
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