Specific Uses: Teaching
Rapidly shifting a course online?
Copyright issues are usually small!
So you want to...
- Share Course Readings (or other materials) With Students
- Use Images in Your Teaching (in class and elsewhere)
- Use Video or Audio in Your Teaching (in class and elsewhere)
- Have Students Post Their Work Publicly Online
- The Good News A lot of things that teachers or instructors may want to do are already 100% A-OK to do! Learn about in-class display, linking to readings, and use of open resources.
- The Harder Stuff Some things teachers or instructors may want to do will require a little more thought. Learn about making copies for students, posting files online for students, and using your own personal streaming subscriptions in the classroom.
- UMN Instructors' Rights and Responsibilities
- The TEACH Act
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