Q. What are the ethical and IPR issues that faculty are confronted with?
Faculty are confronted with ethical and IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) issues such as:
- Faculty reproducing, copying, or distributing an original work of another for their class(es).
- Posting images or information on Blackboard without citations.
- Posting copies of anything that is not your intellectual property without citations or adhering to fair use restrictions.
- Copying articles for students in your class(es).
- Copying portions of an e-book or book for your class(es).
- Using copyrighted material in classroom handouts.
- Faculty understanding the Fair Use and Teach act.
Students using intellectual property of others in their assignments.
- Student assignments using copyrighted material from the internet.
- Students using copyrighted information on PowerPoint slides without citations.
To learn more about IPR, visit the Copyright Research Guide for faculty.
To find books or ebooks, check the Book Catalog.
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