BELLEVUE COLLEGE LIBRARY | ROOM D140 | 425-564-4210
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Fall quarter start date: Monday September 30th ends October 25th. Registration Link
Facilitator: Bellevue College Faculty Librarian
PD Hours: On completion participants receive 16 hrs of professional development time.
Copyright Information for Educators
Greetings and welcome to the Copyright Information for Educators course made available to you through eLearning!
Upon successful completion of this module, the student will be able to:
- Define key terms of copyright including fair use, TEACH ACT, and public domain
- Describe how copyright law applies in educational course design
- Understand and use Creative Commons (CC) and other licensing options to identify content that is suitable for your courses
- Develop and maintain a copyright compliance and management plan
- Locate and use public domain, CC, and Open Educational Resource (OER) content
This course is organized into the following sections:
- Introduction: Includes information about this course, a pre-assessment quiz, and infringement confessions with copyright bear discussion board.
- Copyright law in education: This section of the course provides the most in-depth information on copyright law and how it directly impacts face-to-face, hybrid, and online education.
- Creative Commons: Copyright law has come a long way and Creative Commons is an offshoot of copyright law that places the decisions for use into the hands of the creator. This is exciting news for higher education because it makes a lot of content rapidly accessible for use in online education.
- Compliance & Management: Copyright is a complex and sticky subject, but how do we make it work for us as educators? This section will give you a lot of hands-on strategies you can use to be compliant with copyright and create a solid workflow for your content.
- Resources: Here you will find additional places to learn more about copyright, Bellevue College’s policies on copyright and fair use, and critical support resources for you.
Quizzes are included throughout the Copyright Information for Educators course.
Workshop is self-paced and guided by facilitator – workshop can be completed with minimal assistance.
Course module created by: Heath Hayden, Faculty Librarian
Fall quarter start date: Monday September 30th ends October 25th, Registration Link
Facilitator: Cheryl Lovseth, Faculty Librarian
Other workshops offered by eLearning:
July 2nd Tuesday: Canvas 101: Teaching with Canvas
September 23rd Monday: Canvas 101: Teaching with Canvas
September 30th Monday: Copyright Information for Educators
October 7th Monday: Accessibility 101: The Basics of Inclusive Design
October 14th Monday: Canvas 201: Taking your Course to the next level!
Sessions are sponsored by the eLearning Department.
Last Updated June 14, 2019