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Can I show my students a movie from my Netflix account? What does CC-BY-SA mean? Can I put cartoons in my slideshows?
If you have ever wondered about these questions or others like it, stop by our copyright questions drop-in session and ask away! ncLibraries + Learning Commons is offering online informal consultation sessions for faculty on the first Tuesday of every month from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm, beginning May 3, 2022.
Drop in with your questions on topics related to:
library licensed resources
open educational resources
Need immediiate assistance? Email email@example.com.
Questions about copyright as you convert your in-person classes to online? See the document below for some copyright FAQs about online course delivery or email firstname.lastname@example.org:
This guide has been created to demystify copyright. Here's what you will find:
Read the latest Canadian copyright news relevant to educational institutions
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Get the official word from Niagara College's Copyright Practices.
Copyright-friendly resources to use when creating course materials.
Learn how and where to print handouts for your classes.
Make course materials available to your students with Niagara College Libraries by putting them on reserve.
Information for your students on copyright and citations/referencing.