This seminar is an opportunity for administrators to receive practical advice on the ADA from an attorney with expertise in higher education compliance. Gain a clear and engaging overview of how to compassionately manage mental health issues without running afoul of the ADA.
Get answers to questions on FERPA, ADA, and Title IX and learn how to significantly reduce the likelihood of conflict in your interactions with students, and the risk of lawsuits that can be costly and time-consuming.
Student training is a must-do, but the goal is not to march students through a program so you can check a box on a form. The goal is to enhance students' understanding of sexual violence. With that improved awareness, students can contribute to creating a campus environment where everyone feels safe and free to focus their energies on learning. The right kind of training programs can help.
Learn how copyright laws affect you and your institution. These three programs will address topics such as copyright ownership, fair use regulations and copyright laws, and copyright laws pertaining to digital content. Once you understand how to approach the issues involved, youíll be prepared to make better decisions about your publishing and research opportunities.
Learn how to bring your copyright policy into compliance with current case law. Youíll find out what the concept of transformative uses has to do with fair use in the educational setting and see how applying this concept can keep you on the right side of copyright law. This seminar shows you how to establish and implement policies to assure copyright compliance.
This seminar provides the key lessons you need to know regarding copyright infringement laws and what policy changes your institution has to implement.
In the competitive atmosphere of higher education today, faculty members are always under pressure to secure grants, publish, and build their reputations. This session covers the key issues of copyright ownership and shows how they apply to your work.
Spare yourself a lot of problems and potential litigation by keeping your course design and use of materials within the limits of the law. This presentation will give you an overview of fair use and copyright law and will show you best practices to keep you on the right side of the law.
Sharing information is at the heart of what you do in higher education. Make sure you know how to do it while avoiding copyright infringement. This seminar shows you practical ways to approach the issues of copyright infringement and best practices in fair use, even while the legal interpretation of copyright law is in a state of flux.
Academic freedom might give college and university professors license to say (or write) most anything they please, but there are limits. And crossing over those boundaries can invite serious repercussions. This seminar will familiarize you with the state of the law and legal definitions of academic freedom and free speech, as well as steps you can take to protect yourself or your faculty and staff.
Itís important to consider fair use, transformative uses, and copyright compliance early on when designing online courses to avoid legal complications and revisions later. Find out how recent copyright court decisions affect distance education.