Thomas Tobin, PhD, Author, Speaker, and Consultant, State College, Pennsylvania
As more instructors move away from creating course content and into curating content through works created by others, it's important to be aware of how to ethically, legally, and responsibly handle copyrighted works. Copyright laws can be a complex and confusing area. Different rules apply to different types of content, so when designing courses, teachers must have a grasp on the legal limits for copyrighted content and intellectual property. Make sure you're staying on the right side of the law! In this session you'll receive a simple yet deep understanding of how to work ethically with materials created by others, so that you are compliant with copyright laws.
This session can be accessed after 10:00 AM online at: http://9nl.pw/MUMentors and will be available on demand for one week.
Please contact Dr. Oliver Dreon, Director of the Center for Academic Excellence (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the passcode to access the session.