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Faculty and Instructional Designers

Take advantage of educational exemptions and maximize student learning outcomes

The CCP: Who Are Faculty and Instructional Designers?

Faculty and Instructional Designers are charged with creating curriculum, lesson plans, and generating substantive content for students on and off-campus. The material these employees create may be used by students in a classroom, at home, or online.

Examples of faculty and instructional designer duties that intersect with copyright are:

  • Professors making PowerPoint, or other, presentations to accompany lectures in class 
  • TAs tasked with populating Learning Suite with educational materials 
  • Instructional Designers (and IDAs) creating courses to be completed online  

This training will walk you through the Decision Trail questions to help you make informed copyright decisions.

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