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Transitioning to Remote Course Delivery

IMPORTANT : Faculty transitioning to online/remote course delivery in response to the COVID-19 situation are reminded to be aware of the copyright compliance guidelines at UFV. Changing formats from print/analog to digital is a copying practice with specific intellectual property laws to consider. But generally, if you could do something in physical classroom, you can also do it in a virtual classroom. This Guide is intended to help answer your copyright questions, and we are here to support you.

Please do not hesitate to email for further assistance: copyright@ufv.ca

Copyright @ UFV

Copying Guidelines Fair Dealing Requirements

Download the Copyright Cheat Sheet for quick help:

UFV Copyright Compliance Policy

The copyright policy at UFV was updated in 2014 to reflect changes in Canada's copyright landscape.

Please take the time to review the revised UFV Copyright Compliance Policy to help inform your understanding of your obligations as a UFV employee or student:

Helpful Copyright Information

Attribution and Acknowledgements

Excerpts of content in this guide have been used with permission from the University of Saskatchewan Copyright website under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Canada License.

Copyright Librarian

Copyright Questions?

Do you have specific questions or concerns about copyright? Contact:

Martin Warkentin
Copyright Librarian
Email: copyright@ufv.ca
(Not currently available by telephone)

Library Office: Closed until further notice

General Availability, Summer 2020 Semester: By email Monday-Friday 8:30 am - 3:30 pm; video conference appointments  available upon request

 

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