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Description

Format: Resource Hub
Level: Basic
Prerequisites: None
Credit: Certificate option
Keywords: Copyright, fair use, public domain, creative commons

Overview: The University of Missouri Extension takes copyright infringement seriously. It is our responsibility as instructors to be compliant with the laws governing the use of intellectual property. According to Copyright.gov, "Copyright is a form of protection grounded in the U.S. Constitution and granted by law for original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression. Copyright covers both published and unpublished works." Copyright protects your work, and the work of others.

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Syllabus

Course Introduction

The University of Missouri Extension takes copyright infringement seriously.  It is our responsibility as instructors to be compliant with the laws governing the use of intellectual property.  According to Copyright.gov, "Copyright is a form of protection grounded in the U.S. Constitution and granted by law for original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression.  Copyright covers both published and unpublished works."  Copyright protects your work.  Our own UM System Policies has a page devoted to intellectual property for course materials.  When you design an online course, utilize images or videos, or develop other content, you need to understand the protection applies to your own work, but also, that of others.  

Learning Outcomes

After completing the modules, you will be able to:

  • Utilize the Fair Use Checklist
  • Track image permissions
  • Locate additional resources

Module Topics Include

  • Public domain and Creative Commons
  • Copyright guidelines
  • Copyright decisions and
  • Obtaining and tracking permission

Course Facilitator

Jessica Gordon, PhD
Curriculum Consultant
University of Missouri Extension
Whitten Hall | Columbia, MO 65211
gordonjes@missouri.edu

Acknowledgements:

Much of this course and the resources we are providing come from the work of MU Extension Communications and Anne Barker, University of Missouri Libraries.  Thank you for providing information and resources to help us understand the complex nature of copyright!

Length: 

2 hours


Department: 

MU Extension Learning and Teaching Services

Credit: 

Noncredit, Certificate of completion

Audience:

MU Extension faculty and staff

Copyrights, Copy Wrongs: Making fair use of intellectual property