Last Updated: May. 9, 2014
Intellectual Property Law in Teaching and Learning
Format: World Wide Web
This course aims to explore the tensions between a course author�s right to be recognized and remunerated for their original intellectual expression, and the public�s right to freely use the material for learning. Students will encounter questions about how international and national policies about intellectual property are relevant to online teaching and learning, and what`s at stake for colleges and universities in teaching and learning. Graduate students will critically evaluate the legislation and case law through journals, reports and court cases, focusing on specific issues in law. Prerequisite(s): The primary clientele for this course are non-lawyers: administrators, computing educators, instructional designers, and librarians. Minimum technology competencies are listed on the Graduate Programmes website.
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