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Rapidly Shift to Online Course and Exam Delivery: Copyright Considerations
This resource provides some quick tips for transitioning your course on the fly. As always, if you have questions or need assistance email the Copyright Advisor email@example.com.
Key points to remember:
This transitioning to online course delivery resource adapted for MHC from a previous adaptation by Mount Royal University and the Canadian Association of Research Libraries from material prepared by the Copyright Office, University of Minnesota document Copyright Services, Rapidly shifting your course from in-person to online. Unless otherwise noted, all content on the Copyright Information section of this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License. We would like to acknowledge some contribution of adaptation language from University of Toronto Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office and Ryerson University Library.
Copyright for the Digital Classroom
MHC’s Copyright Compliance policy applies to classes taught in person and online equally. However, the use of materials online is nuanced in comparison to the physical classroom. Use this guide as a starting point when thinking about moving your course content online.
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