Copyright and Teaching at Queen's University
This guide is designed to provide instructors with information that they need to ensure copyright compliance when teaching at Queen's University.
- Copyright Basics for Instructors
A summary of the Copyright Act that highlights areas of interest for faculty and instructors.
- Copyright at Queen's (Licenced Materials)
A summary of some of the current (and past) copyright related licences at Queen's.
- Quick Guidelines
Our 5 minute guide for ensuring copyright compliance while teaching at Queen's.
- Print Support Materials
How to use print works to support the learning in your course (e.g. coursepacks, textbooks, library resources).
- In the Classroom
How to copy works for use in the classroom (e.g. presentation slides, videos, music, handouts).
- On the Internet
How to use digital works to support the learning in your course (e.g. works uploaded to course websites).
Tips for obtaining copyright permission and search strategies for finding Creative Commons licensed materials.
Please send suggestions and comments about this guide to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Copyright and Teaching Guide is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 Canada License.
Last Updated: 18 December 2012