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July 29, 2020

How does copyright law differ for distance learning and traditional face-to-face courses? What permissions do you need to share or include someone else's content in your online course? Does copyright law have an exception for emergencies? Who owns the copyright in the works you create?

Join University Libraries’ Copyright Services for a presentation on the basics of copyright for online instruction on August 11 at 9 a.m. This presentation will cover copyright exceptions for online teaching, an introduction to using openly licensed content and copyright best practices for transitioning from a face-to-face to online course.

July 17, 2020

As we prepare for another extraordinary semester this fall, it is critically important that instructors have all of the resources they need to ensure success in AU20 and beyond.

To help provide this support, the Offices of Academic Affairs, Student Academic Success, Distance Education and eLearning and Michael V. Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning have collaborated to present a series of three town halls: Teaching for Student Success in Autumn and Beyond.

These sessions will bring together individuals from multiple campuses, colleges and units across the university, and were organized with guidance and input from students....

July 13, 2020

Staff and faculty members across campus are increasingly interested in hosting dialogues around race and social injustice. Dialogue can lead to more insightful and well-supported decisions and can also allow individuals to feel heard. But effective dialogue is not always easy to achieve and can be a challenge to get started.

Join us on July 15 from 10:00-11:15 a.m. to discuss how to intentionally prepare for an effective dialogue. Hear from panelists on how they prepared for and started the discussion, best practices, personal experiences, and some pitfalls we might try to avoid.


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