Here are the resources from the Concordia Faculty Seminar session that was held October 12, 2020:
Here is the recording and PPT for this session led by Christine Tulley on October 7, 2020
Site mentioned during the session: Textbook and Academic Authors Association
Resources that address copyright, fair use and Concordia University Intellectual Property.
General resources you can find on the Research Guide on this page from the CUW Library (fair use tab): http://research.cuw.edu/facultyresources/ (then click on the Fair Use tab)
- Fair Use FAQ for Professors (PDF)
This guide explains when and if you can share a copyrighted material in your class or Blackboard.
- Fair Use For Software Preservation (PDF)
This guide explains when and if you can copy and save software programs for continued access to digital files when file conversion is not available.
- Fair Use and Course Reserves: Fact and Fiction: Blog Post from Harvard University Librarian
- ACRL Fair Use Tool Kit: A variety of information about fair use including presentations, legal cases, and guides
Concordia University Intellectual Property and Guide
Recording and resources for this event held on September 23, 2020.
PowerPoint (coming soon)
Sara Clemm von Hohenberg sent a link for an article entitled “Is Learning on Zoom the Same as in Person? Not to your Brain,” which also addresses Zoom fatigue . There is also a link for the podcast: https://www.edsurge.com/news/2020-09-15-is-learning-on-zoom-the-same-as-in-person-not-to-your-brain