Tyoosis Global Patent Search Analysis

A comprehensive course in the methodology of Prior Art Search.
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Published 6/2015 English

Course Description

The course will take maximum 8 hours to complete and is divided into 9 major course sections, consisting of 41 lectures and 18 quizzes. There will be an assignment at the end of the course, and on successful completion of this assignment, a certificate of 'Tyoosis's Certified Global Patent Search Analyst' shall be awarded from Monk Akarshala School of Intellectual Property.

The course aims at enabling you become more efficient at searching relevant prior art. It provides the exact steps, techniques and strategies involved, from the point of beginning the search, till the point of creating the search report. Comprehensive and easy to understand course notes are provided to each participant.

Tyoosis's Global Patent Search Analysis',is a certification based online training programme, aimed at enabling you become more efficient at searching relevant prior art. This programme provides the exact steps, techniques and strategies involved, from the point of beginning the search, till the point of, creating the search report. At the end of this course you will be able to understand different concepts of prior art search, create strategies to conduct prior art search, locate and use different databases for prior art search, devise search methodologies to conduct prior art search, implement search efficiently by using effective and result-oriented keywords, prepare prior art search report as per industry standards successfully. This course will enable you to become eligible for a job as a Patent Search Analyst, the inventors can verify whether their invention is patentable, this course will help entrepreneurs make informed decision while entering into any Joint venture or Merger& Acquisition activities, this course will enable you to conduct Patent searches for prior art or inventions being devised or filed in India, U.S., Europe and across the world.

What are the requirements?

  • A Working Proficiency in English
  • A keen interest in Intellectual property and practical applicability of innovative deas

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Understand the different concepts of prior art seach
  • Create strategies to conduct prior art search
  • Locate and use different databases for prior art search
  • Devise search methodologies to conduct prior art search
  • Implement search efficiently by using effective and result oriented keywords

What is the target audience?

  • Aspiring Inventors & Engineers
  • Aspiring Patent Analysts, Examiners & Agents
  • Lawyers & Legal Professionals
  • Aspiring Foreign Inventors & Law Professionals
  • Entrepreneurs building Innovative Products
  • Aspiring IP Professionals
  • Aspiring PhD Professionals
  • This course is not recommended for Students or Professionals who do not have a basic interest or understanding of the intellectual property legal framework in their country and internationally. Only those with basic interest and or understanding of this framework are recommended to take this course.
  • This course is not recommended for Entrepreneurs who do not have an innovative idea, technology or process which they would like to protect through IPR protection. Only entrepreneurs with a keen interest in developing and protecting their technology, product or process invention are recommended to take this course.

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Curriculum

Section 1: Introduction to Intellectual Property Rights
07:21

This introductory lecture will help us understand what we are going to learn together in this course on Global Patent Search Analysis. Akarshala's School of Intellectual Property brings together an experienced team of IPR Professionals who will help guide you through this course through videos, quizzes and assignments. At the end of this course you will be able to:
-Understand the different concepts of prior art search
-Create strategies to conduct prior art search
-Locate and use different databases for prior art search
-Devise search methodologies to conduct prior art search
-Implement search efficiently by using effective and result oriented keywords


So if you are any of the following, get ready to become proficient at searching for inventions before filing your own:
-Aspiring Inventors & Engineers
-Aspiring Patent Analysts, Examiners & Agents
-Lawyers & Legal Professionals
-Aspiring Foreign Inventors & Law Professionals
-Entrepreneurs building Innovative Products
-Aspiring IP Professionals
-Aspiring PhD Professionals

This course is not meant for Students or Professionals who do not have a basic interest or understanding of the intellectual property legal framework in their country and internationally. Only those with basic interest and or understanding of this framework are recommended to take this course.

This course is not recommended for Entrepreneurs who do not have an innovative idea, technology or process which they would like to protect through IPR protection. Only entrepreneurs with a keen interest in developing and protecting their technology, product or process invention are recommended to take this course.


The course will take maximum 8 hours to complete and is divided into 9 major course sections, consisting of more than 40 lectures and quizzes. There will be an assignment at the end of the course. The course aims at enabling you become more efficient at searching relevant prior art. It provides the exact steps, techniques and strategies involved, from the point of beginning the search, till the point of creating the search report. Comprehensive and easy to understand course notes are provided to each participant.


Global Patent Search Analysis',is a certification based online training programme, aimed at enabling you become more efficient at searching relevant prior art. This programme provides the exact steps, techniques and strategies involved, from the point of beginning the search, till the point of, creating the search report. At the end of this course you will be able to understand different concepts of prior art search, create strategies to conduct prior art search, locate and use different databases for prior art search, devise search methodologies to conduct prior art search, implement search efficiently by using effective and result-oriented keywords, prepare prior art search report as per industry standards successfully. This course will enable you to become eligible for a job as a Patent Search Analyst, the inventors can verify whether their invention is patentable, this course will help entrepreneurs make informed decision while entering into any Joint venture or Merger& Acquisition activities, this course will enable you to conduct Patent searches for prior art or inventions being devised or filed in India, U.S., Europe and across the world.

06:50

In this lecture you will learn and be clear on the basics of IPR. It will help you understand what is intellectual property, what are intellectual property rights, that is the need for IPR, what are the benefits of IPR, and what are types of IPR.

14:39

In this lecture, you will understand the difference between various types of Intellectual Property Rights. You will learn the meaning of Patents, trademarks, copyrights, industrial designs, plant varieties, geographical indications, semi conductor layout, traditional knowledge, and trade secrets and also see its examples, types and the need for each type of intellectual property right.

06:27

In this lecture, you will learn the Patent life cycle wherein you will understand the various steps involved in getting a patent grant. There are 6 stages of a Patent Life Cycle- Conceptualization of Invention, Prior Art Search, Drafting Patent Application, Patent Application Filing, Prosecution of patent Application and Grant of Patent. You will see each of these stages in detail.

Section 2: Understanding Concepts Related to Prior Art Search
06:54

This lecture aims to teach the difference between Patent and Non-Patent Literature. A Prior Art Search Report is incomplete if analysis of any one of these two is done away with. It also provides with the type of information found in each of the literature type. This lecture also gives you the information of the sources of patent and non-patent literature.

13:38

In this lecture you will learn about the first basic requirement of patentability i.e novelty. It is an important aspect for an invention to be patentable. As per the Patent laws across the Globe an invention qualifies as a Patent only if it is Novel, Non – Obvious, Industrially Applicable. Novelty means that the invention must be new and no and no information about it must be previously available in the public domain. This lecture will further illustrate on novelty of an invention with examples.

12:29

This lecture deals with another important aspect of patentability which is Non-Obviousness. You will understand the meaning of this term and the analysis of this term is also provided. You will learn how to assess non-obviousness. This lecture also illustrates some scenarios to understand this requirement of patentability in depth. You will also see the interpretation of this term is Indian, US and European jurisdiction.

12:05

Having studied the requirements for novelty and inventiveness, our focus in this lecture would be the third important criteria for patentability i.e. Industrial applicability. The patent laws of many countries and regions require that an invention be susceptible or capable of'industrial application'. You will learn about industrial application with the case studies, and also the varying national perspectives of the same.

11:50

The present lecture shall deal with one of the important aspects related to patents along with novelty, inventiveness and industrial applicability i.e. understanding the concept of prior art. It is the primary criteria in establishing the novelty andnon-obviousness of the invention in question. Prior art is also termed as state of the art or background art. You will learn the role of prior art, examples, sources and prior rights in Europe and US.

10:25

In this lecture you will learn a term which is very important when it comes to dealing with prior-art. i.e. the Priority date. The concept of 'Priority date' is important in patent procedures. You will also learn about the laws relating to priority date in different agreements.

04:19

In this lecture you will learn the importance and need for prior art search i.e why one should conduct a prior art search, how does it help in patent filing, what are its benefits.

04:08

In this lecture we shall have a look at the people for whom conducting a prior art search would be of utmost importance, for eg. Researchers, product developers, inventors, tentative applicants, examiners, International searching authority, patent evaluators etc.

Section 3: Prior Art Search: Initial Preparation
07:40

In this lecture, you will focus on the initial preparation required for prior art search. The first step is Understanding and Reviewing of the Invention Disclosure Form. This topic is all about understanding what is an Invention disclosure form, and then, we shall look at what is the content of this form in detail.

06:35

In this lecture, we shall see the importance and use of invention disclosure form. We will see what are the important points we need to consider while filling an IDF. We will also see example of an Improperly filled form and then compare it with a form that is filled correctly.

03:12

In this lecture, we shall learn the next step in Prior Art Search, which is, Preparation of Keyword Pool. We will first understand what is a keyword, what is a keyword pool, why do we need a keyword pool, examples of keyword pool, and process of creating a keyword pool.

12:06

In this lecture, we shall learn the steps required for the Preparation of Key Search Strings. We will understand what is a key search string,and the process of constructing it. Then we will understand what is an operator, types of operators, examples of each type of operator, and concept of wildcard operators. Next we will understand what is International Patent Classification, what are the objectives of this classification, and its hierarchy. At the end of the lecture we will focus on the best practices to construct key search strings.

10:31

In this lecture, we shall learn the steps required for the Preparation of Key Search Strings. We will understand what is a key search string,and the process of constructing it. Then we will understand what is an operator, types of operators, examples of each type of operator, and concept of wildcard operators. Next we will understand what is International Patent Classification, what are the objectives of this classification, and its hierarchy. At the end of the lecture we will focus on the best practices to construct key search strings.

08:13

In this lecture, we are going to learn the concept of broadening and narrowing of search strings for conducting a search. We will understand the difference between the broad and narrow searches along with their examples.

Section 4: Prior Art Search: Search Tools
16:55

In this lecture we will focus on the purpose of conducting a prior art search. We will also understand the different types of searches based on purpose which are PATENTABILITY/PRIOR ART SEARCH, INFRINGEMENT SEARCH, STATE OF THE ART SEARCH, FREEDOM TO OPERATE SEARCH, LEGAL STATUS SEARCH. We will understand each one of them in detail.

04:42

In this lecture we are going to see the types of patent databases for prior art search and their advantages.

03:58

In this lecture lets try to understand the OPERATIONAL ASPECTS OF A DATABASE i.e. how a database functions.

Section 5: Prior Art Search Procedure For Patent and Non-Patent Literatutre
11:25

In this lecture we will learn to generate and test the search strings. We will also see the search strategies for conducting prior art search. And most importantly, we will see the examples of testing search strings on a patent database.

04:48

In this lecture we will learn to create and classify the documents after conducting the search. Once the search strings have been formulated and tested in the appropriate databases, the next step is theCreation Phase:i.ecreating a raw patent pool. This lecture will also teach us to classify the documents in the raw patent pool according to their relevancy and purpose.

Reporting Phase
03:28
Section 6: Introduction to Databases - Part A
13:08

In this lecture we are going to learn how to conduct a search on IPO i.e the India Patent Office database. This database contains collection of patent documents and all the related records required for prior art search of patents filed in India.
It should be noted that the Indian Patent Office is referred to on the site as the Government of India Controller General of Patents Designs & Trade Marks. This lecture will help you get acquainted with the various types of search interfaces on IPO, the search options offered, and the various ways by which you can conduct a search.

18:55

In this lecture we will see how to use United States Patent and Trademark Office database i.e. USPTO, for prior art search. We will see the coverage of this database, the search interfaces offered by this database, examples of the search conducted on this database on all the types of search interfaces, the US patent classification system, the 3 ways to search the USPC, other resources of USPTO like Global Patent Search Network , The Patent Application Information Retrieval system, Public Search Facility, Patent and Trademark Resource Centers, Patent Official Gazette, The Common Citation Document, Search Published Sequences, Patent Assignment Database, etc. We will also see the advantages of USPTO.

10:58

In this lecture we are going to understand how to conduct a prior art search on espacenet ( i.e. the official database of European patent office). We will see the importance and advantages of espacenet. The data coverage, the types of operators offered by this database, the types of search interfaces along with examples of search conducted on each type of the interfaces, viewing results, etc will also be shown. This lecture also includes how to conduct a non-patent literature search on espacenet.

11:56

In this lecture we are going to understand how to conduct a prior art search on espacenet ( i.e. the official database of European patent office). We will see the importance and advantages of espacenet. The data coverage, the types of operators offered by this database, the types of search interfaces along with examples of search conducted on each type of the interfaces, viewing results, etc will also be shown. This lecture also includes how to conduct a non-patent literature search on espacenet.

12:55

In this lecture we are going to learn about the PatentScope database hosted by WIPO. We will see the coverage of this database, the search interfaces offered by this database, examples of the search conducted on this database on all the types of search interfaces, the operators offered by this database, the browse options with examples, etc.

14:00

In this lecture we are going to learn about the PatentScope database hosted by WIPO. We will see the coverage of this database, the search interfaces offered by this database, examples of the search conducted on this database on all the types of search interfaces, the operators offered by this database, the browse options with examples, etc.

17:09

This lecture shall focus on how to use FreePatentsOnline (FPO). In this lecture you will learn the features of FPO, types of search interfaces with examples of search conducted on each of them, the field abbreviations and boolean operators used in this database, the advanced functions offered by this database, how to view results, and the limitations of this database.

05:45

In this lecture you will learn the features of google patents, the types of search interfaces offered by this database with example of search conducted on each, and the limitations of this database.

Section 7: Introduction to Databases - Part B
02:49

In this lecture you will learn about the non-patent literature, the sources of NPL, its limitations, and the databases used for NPL.

How to use IP.com?
11:13
13:01

In this lecture you will learn how to use TKDL, the features of TKDL and the need for this database. You will also learn about the achievements of TKDL, the TKRC classification system, the different types of search interfaces with the examples of search conducted.

06:31

In this lecture you will learn about the features and search interfaces of google scholar.

Section 8: Understanding Features of Paid Databases
10:25

In this lecture you will understand the features of patent literature module on thomson innovation, the coverage of this database, the search options offered by this database, the types of searches conducted on this database, how to review and analyse results on this database, and the analysis tools offered.

09:38

In this lecture you will understand the features of patent literature module on thomson innovation, the coverage of this database, the search options offered by this database, the types of searches conducted on this database, how to review and analyse results on this database, and the analysis tools offered.

11:32

In this lecture we will see Non-Patent literature Search Package offered by the Thomson innovation database. We will understand the different types of search interfaces offered by this database with examples on search conducted on each interface. We will also see the limitations and overall assessment of this database.

13:06

In this lecture we will see the coverage and features of PatBase. We will also learn about the types of search interfaces offered by this database, the tools provided in these interfaces, the search forms and special options offered, analysing tools and the limitations of this database.

10:49

In this lecture we will see the coverage and features of PatBase. We will also learn about the types of search interfaces offered by this database, the tools provided in these interfaces, the search forms and special options offered, analysing tools and the limitations of this database.

11:32

This lecture will focus on the features of two important subscription based databases: Micropatent & Delphion. We will learn about the features, search interfaces, and limitations of these two databases.

09:31

In this lecture we shall understand the features of Scifinder in detail. We will learn the types of search which can be conducted on this database. We will see its coverage and limitations as well.

11:40

The last lecture of this section deals with one of the prominent information network for science, technology, and patent information STN (Scientific & Technical Information Network) It provides an international service for the scientific community as well as information professionals. Using a command language interface rather than a graphical one the user is able to access CAS databases as well as a wide variety of patent and non-patent literature databases through the STN network. In this lecture we will understand the types of search interfaces offered by STN and also the tools available for the user.

Section 9: Preparing Prior Art Search Report
06:17

In this lecture We shall see a few search report samples to get a better idea of the format and understand what details need to be added and in which sequence, in a search report. We will also learn what is a search report.

11:14

In this lecture we shall learn about the Report writing guidelines in detail. We will also understand what is the need and why is it important to make a search report. We will learn the process of reporting the search results, details to be mentioned in a search report, and categories of documents according to the EPO standards. We will understand what is a patentability opinion, importance of patentability opinion, and what is a international search report, contents of an ISR along with a sample of an ISR.

18:10

This lecture will summarize all the previous lectures in this course. It will cover all the important point which one needs to remember while conducting a prior art search. It will help you revise what you have learnt so far.

Basics of IPR - Quiz
5 questions
Understanding Different Types of Intellectual Property Rights - Quiz
5 questions
Patent Life-Cycle - Quiz
5 questions
Difference between Patent and Non Patent Literature - Quiz
5 questions
Concept of Novelty - Quiz
5 questions
Concept of Non-Obviousness - Quiz
5 questions
Concept of Industrial Application - Quiz
5 questions
Concept of Prior Art - Quiz
5 questions
Concept of Priority Date - Quiz
5 questions
Importance and Need for Prior Art Search - Quiz
5 questions
Who Conducts Prior Art Search - Quiz
5 questions
Understanding and Reviewing Invention Disclosure Form - Quiz
5 questions
Importance and Use of Invention Disclosure Form - Quiz
5 questions
Preparation of Keyword Pool - Quiz
5 questions
Preparation of Key Search Strings - Quiz
5 questions
Reformulation of Search Strings - Quiz
5 questions
Purpose of the Search - Quiz
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Types of Databases and Advantages - Quiz
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Operational Aspects Of A Database - Quiz
5 questions
Testing Search Strings Phase - Quiz
5 questions
Creation and Classification Phase - Quiz
5 questions
Reporting Phase - Quiz
5 questions
How to use IPO? - Quiz
5 questions
How to use USPTO? - Quiz
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How to use EPO? - Quiz
5 questions
How to use WIPO? - Quiz
5 questions
How to use FPO? - Quiz
5 questions
Use of Google Patents - Quiz
5 questions
Non-Patent Literature Databases - Quiz
5 questions
How to use IP.com? - Quiz
5 questions
How to use TKDL? - Quiz
5 questions
Use of Google Scholar - Quiz
5 questions
Features of Thomson Innovation - A - Quiz
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Features of Thomson Innovation - B - Quiz
5 questions
Features of Patbase - Quiz
5 questions
Features of Micropatent and Delphion - Quiz
5 questions
Features of Scifinder - Quiz
5 questions
Features of STN - Quiz
5 questions
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Instructor Biography

Monk Akarshala, Academic and Professional Training in India

Monk Akarshala Training Solutions Group is a leading provider of a wide range of professional training and academic courses for students and professionals in India.

ATSG provides industry recognized courses and certifications using proprietary study material developed and tailored to meet the skill needs of working professionals in India.

We utilise a dedicated In-House team of qualified trainers, professors, and subject matter experts to deliver courses covering a wide array of disciplines including:

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    At Monk Akarshala School of Intellectual Property provides specialized training in core concepts of IP with a curriculum designed by qualified Patent Agents, Academicians and IP Attorneys that enables students and professionals with knowledge and also provides them with employable skills. Students and working professionals get training for all tools, laws, and procedures of Indian Intellectual Property through a combination of online and faculty led courses. Students can test their knowledge with the quizzes and gain insight into the latest updates in the IPR field by joining the discussion on our forums.

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Each school within the Monk Akarshala Training Solutions Group comprises of experienced and professional faculty with years of experience in outcome based education to achieve the learning objectives of the course. All faculty are also highly involved in the development and upgradation of the curriculum and study material for each course to ensure that each course is up to date with the industry and examination needs.

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    1. 1. Location:

Monk Akarshala's faculty led courses are conducted in Monk Akarshala's Training Centers in Powai, Mumbai or at Monk Akarshala's Partner Training Centers across India.

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Students and Professionals are provided with access to Monk Akarshala's proprietary study material and (if applicable) course videos and multimedia resources for a limited period during and after the completion of the course.

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Each school within the Monk Akarshala Training Solutions Group organizes courses of varying durations depending on the course structure, difficulty level and full time / part time required attendance. Courses range from a minimum of 5 hours across one day for workshops to 500 hours across more than 12 months for academic and professional programs.

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Each school within the Monk Akarshala Training Solutions Group provides Certificates of Participation and Certificates of Achievement for completing the required coursework and attendance for the requisite course organized by the school. In case of proficiency tests conducted by the school for the particular course, each school also provides the Certificates of Completion with the score achieved in the proficiency test.

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Each school within the Monk Akarshala Training Solutions Group provides the minimum eligibility required from students and professionals to access or attend a course offered by the school. In case of most professional training courses, eligibility is limited to proficiency in the medium of instruction (eg. English) along with prior experience or training in the subject of the course. In case of academic or examination studies courses, a minimum score in the preceding academic year or course credits from affiliated courses may be required to attend the course.

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    Monk Akarshala's online courses are delivered on Monk Akarshala's proprietary Digital Training Center on the web and on iPhone, iPad, and Android mobile platforms. Monk Akarshala's Digital Training Center includes

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    2. 4. Certification

    Each school within the Monk Akarshala Training Solutions Group provides Certificates of Participation and Certificates of Achievement for completing the required online coursework and assignments for the requisite course organized by the school. In case of online proficiency tests conducted by the school for the particular course, each school also provides the Certificates of Completion with the score achieved in the online proficiency test.

    2. 5. Eligibility

    Each school within the Monk Akarshala Training Solutions Group provides the minimum eligibility required from students and professionals to access an online course offered by the school. In case of most professional training courses, eligibility is limited to proficiency in the medium of instruction (eg. English) along with prior experience or training in the subject of the course. In case of academic or examination studies courses, a minimum score in the preceding academic year or course credits from affiliated courses may be required to access the online course. All schools require students and professionals to have access to a compatible personal computer / laptop running Windows XP or higher, a Mac running Mac OS X 10.4 or higher and optionally an iPhone / iPad or Android device. Access to Internet is also required on all compatible devices.

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