Copyrights for Online Teaching
Do you know what is and isn’t allowed when you’re sharing resources with students online? Maybe you’ve heard of the “10% rule,” but is this rule reliable? In this workshop, you’ll learn the differences in copyright law for online and face-to-face teaching, best practices for remaining copyright-compliant in Blackboard, and how to find openly-licensed educational resources that can be used without copyright concerns.
Faculty who want to learn how to responsibly and confidently navigate copyright in their teaching.
- Understand what kinds of uses you can and can’t make of a resource based on its copyright status.
- Perform a fair use analysis before sharing a resource online.
- Find and use openly-licensed educational resources in your discipline.
- Know when to ask for help.
- VCU Library guide on copyright for faculty: - A resource to help guide faculty navigate copyright, fair use, and author rights in their teaching and scholarship.