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TEACH Act Responsibilities for Policymakers
The University of Wisconsin-Superior is committed to providing information about the TEACH Act and related copyright laws to faculty members who wish to incorporate copyrighted works into distance learning courses. The university's goal is adherence to legally accepted practices that govern the use of copyrighted materials., while exercising its full rights to use intellectual property in teaching, learning, research, and service.
The University of Wisconsin System provides information to the UW community on applicable copyright principles at http://www.uwsa.edu/gc-off/deskbook/copyrgt.htm.UW-Superior has also compiled a variety of resources that will assist faculty, students and staff members in complying with copyright laws. See the other sections of this website for this information.
Notice Provided to Students
Students are notified that materials used in connection with a given distance learning course and/or course that incorporates distance learning components may be subject to copyright protection.
Access Limited to Enrolled Students
Access to copyrighted materials in the University's distance learning courses and/or courses that incorporate distance learning components are restricted to those students who are enrolled in the particular course.
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