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Using a course website or a university-supported Course Management System (CMS) to make instructional materials available to students can raise many copyright issues. This page from the Copyright Advisory Office of Columbia University offers advice on legally using the wide range of resources available online in a manner consistent with copyright law.
Designed by North Carolina State University, this Web course focuses on the TEACH Act. The Technology, Education, and Copyright Harmonization Act updates copyright law pertaining to transmissions of performances and displays of copyrighted materials. Such transmissions are critical to current higher education distance education efforts, including online courses.