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Who owns K-12 Online IP Content?

Higher Ed

K12

K12 to follow the lead of higher education. The NEA, will be working to make K12 members aware of why intellectual property guidelines matter, primarily through putting background materials on the union's Web site.

The Shop-right Arrangement
The district will set themselves up to earn income so that they can compete with charter schools and virtual schools - they want to sell online too.


Satisfy the New Post Baby Boomer Teachers Hired Who Are

Corporate work-for-hire Concept (how it works now)

Knowledge Management [KM] is an IP Compensation School District Stratedgy

The School Districts and Unions don't have this figured out

Meta-data Solutions http://www.imsproject.org/metadata

 

Collaboration, Sharing and Society /Teaching, Learning and Technical Considerations From An Analysis of WebCT, BSCW, and BlackBoard by Paul Pavlik

Workload Increase for Faculty Without Increased Salaries "Copyright Considerations in Distance Education and Technology-Mediated Instruction," by Kenneth D. Salomon. Dow, Lohnes & Albertson, PLLC. American Association of Community Colleges, July 5, 2000; http://www.aacc.nche.edu/headline/070700head1.htm.

"Ownership of New Works at the University: Unbundling of Rights and the Pursuit of Higher Learning." California State University, 1997; online at the Web site of the Consortium for Educational Technology in University Systems, http://www.cetus.org/ownership.pdf.

"Who Owns Online Courses and Course Materials? Intellectual Property Policies for a New Learning Environment," by Carol A. Twigg. Pew Learning and Technology Program, 2000; http://www.center.rpi.edu/pewsym/ mono2.html.

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