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Copyright

Rapidly Shifting Your Course from In-person to Online

There are many pedagogical and technical issues that make the shift from in-person to online teaching challenging, but for once, copyright is not a big additional area of worry! Most of the legal issues are the same in both contexts. If it was okay to do in class, it is often okay to do online, especially when your online access is limited to the same enrolled students.

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(This document is evolving and subject to change. Last updated March 16, 2020.)

 

 

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