Establishing Copyright Procedure in Distance Education
In distance education (DE), copyright procedures must be established for any activity that concerns materials. This involves integrating resources, systems, contracts, procedures and information across a number of departments finance, personnel, student registration, library, legal, publishing and educational technology even if there is a designated copyright officer to deal with the third party clearances required in materials development
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Swales, Christine (Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2000)This toolkit provides a variety of resources designed to assist you in preparing and offering a workshop that introduces participants to copyright as it relates to distance education. It describes the basic features of ...
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