Considerations for Teaching @ ODU
Because of the proliferation of digital resources, copyright law continues to change. Even copyright experts have varying interpretations. This guide focuses on copyright issues for teaching materials -- text, images, music, video, etc. -- inside the classroom, online, and televised.
This guide was created for a workshop presented by the University Libraries, Center for Learning Technologies, and the University Counsel.
DISCLAIMER: Information on this Web site is intended to provide guidance to faculty in making efforts to uphold copyright laws. Specific questions should be directed to University Counsel.
Contacts for Copyright Information
- For copyright issues with library materials: Karen Vaughan, firstname.lastname@example.org
- For copyright issues with distance education: Susan Boze, email@example.com
- For copyright issues in performing arts: Mike Zugelder, firstname.lastname@example.org
- For all copyright issues, contact Associate General Counsel : J.D.Wright, email@example.com