Q. I'd like to make my course materials available to my students online, but what about Copyright?

Answer

The rapid transition to remote teaching may require you to modify the amount and delivery of copyrighted content you provide via Blackboard. The library can help you add your scanned material online through e-reserves, which is a more protected way for students to access copyrighted course materials.

Copyright specialists from the US and Canada have drafted a public statement on fair use and emergency remote teaching & research to help clarify how to evaluate fair use during this period.

The University Library also has created a Copyright research guide with additional useful information. Please contact Digital Initiatives Librarian (dospina@csudh.edu), if you need additional assistance.

  • Last Updated Mar 23, 2020
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