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Online learning and distance education has existed for decades, and the implementation of such practices has skyrocketed with increased availability of consumer electronics and digital materials. Now, the vast majority of higher education institutions offer classes, if not entire degrees, online. When designing a new online course, or transitioning an in-person course for online learning, professors must be especially careful of the types of materials performed and displayed in the online class. Copyright law sets out different rules and exceptions for the use of copyrighted works in in-person and online classes. In this years first What Matters Now in Higher Ed webinar, HSE attorneys Jodi Reynolds and Alexander Kaczmarek explore copyright’s fair use defense and exceptions to infringement in online classes provided under the TEACH Act.
CLE Credit Available
HSE has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education. This event is eligible for 1.0 Professional Practice credit hours.
About the Series
The “What Matters Now in Higher Education” webinar series is designed to provide higher education professionals timely, practical, and concise advice and analysis, as well as recommended actions to mitigate risk and drive strategies. These webinars are intended to be as interactive as attendees make them with access to thought leaders on important topics.
About HSE’s Higher Education Practice
We provide higher education institutions with mission-driven, cost effective, and feasible strategies and solutions that ensure legal compliance and risk mitigation without sacrificing institutional culture.