Chapter 3: Considering copyright in your courses
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Copyright impacts online teaching and learning differently than in-person teaching and learning. To avoid potential disruptions to your course - and to make the course more sustainable long-term - you should consider whether copyright allows you to use content you did not create in your course. This chapter goes through a practical list of questions you should ask every time you want to use a piece of content. It also touches on the differences between copyright law and trademark law, and provides some basic information about what trademarks are and how to use them.

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