Copyright and Teaching (for faculty, instructors and TA's)
Quick copyright tips for digital delivery
Copyright when teaching a virtual class
Copyright and posting to Brightspace
Copyright when teaching in a physical classroom
Copyright and faculty-owned materials
Copyright for researchers, students and staff
Carleton and its faculty, staff and students are both creators and consumers of intellectual property. As creators, we rely on the protections offered by intellectual property laws to ensure that our work product is protected from improper use. As consumers, we are legally (and morally) obligated to respect the intellectual property rights of others, just as we expect others to respect ours.
One intellectual property right that is very important to Carleton faculty, staff and students is copyright. Infringing copyright is a serious matter and Carleton requires each of its faculty, staff and students to comply with copyright law.
If, after reviewing these pages, you have any questions or concerns about your obligations under copyright law, or wish to receive additional guidance, please contact email@example.com.
Except where otherwise noted, the copyright webpages are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.