Adding copyright elements in a syllabus


It is important that as a teacher to develop skills in producing materials that are setting an example for proper use of copyrighted materials. Working on this addition to my syllabus has increased my awareness, and would be a good model for helping students to do their own research about the topic.

Here is an example of a syllabus I used last year. Now I have adapted it as I begin to understand about copyright and plagiarism.


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6A LS Course Outline

6A syllabus

6A syllabus 2


Sources of Copyright Information for Educators: – Copyright and Fair Use

Media Hub from University of Rhode Island

Teaching Village – Sue Lyon-Jones




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