Copyright and Your Course

A UNG Online Self-Paced Workshop

The purpose of this workshop is to promote copyright compliance in the higher education environment by helping faculty and staff develop a plan for addressing copyright issues in everyday practice.

Participants will be introduced to the exclusive rights of a copyright holder and relevant limitations on those rights. Open licensing, public domain, and terms of use are also addressed.

This workshop provides education and information only. It is not a law course and does not provide legal training or legal advice.

This workshop is for faculty and staff.

Who is able to take UNG Online self-paced workshops?

DETI offers our self-paced workshops to both faculty and staff. Students have a separate list to choose from.

How do I sign up for a self-paced workshop?

The Explore tool in eLearning@UNG (D2L) allows faculty, staff, and students to self-enroll in special courses and tutorials. In Explore, users can view the available offerings, click an item for a brief description, and then click a button to enroll.

Read How to Use the Explore Tool (August 2022 DETI Digest).

Click the Explore link on the eLearning@UNG (D2L) homepage navbar. The available courses and tutorials are displayed in the Explore tool.

What is the best web browser to use for completing self-paced workshops? 

We recommend the latest version of Google Chrome for the best results with our self-paced workshops.  

Do I receive a certificate upon completion of the UNG Online self-paced workshop?

After successfully completing the self-paced workshop, participants receive a badge that, combined with additional badges, can add up to a UNG Online Teaching Certificate.

How long do I have to take the self-paced workshop? Do I have to take it at one time?

The self-paced workshops can be started and finished at any time.

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