Due to it's secure nature, Blackboard is an excellent place for faculty to conduct online courses and share materials with both virtual and traditional classes.
However, copyright laws must still be followed, even in Blackboard.
Below, see a chart of common practices on Blackboard and whether or not they follow copyright law.
Determining what is okay to post to Blackboard while following copyright practices can be confusing. Please see the following recommendations for some tips to follow:
All works not considered fair use require copyright permission. Obtaining copyright permission is the responsibility of the instructor posting on Blackboard (Copyright & Fair Use, 2019).
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Copyright & Fair Use: Copyright & Blackboard. (n.d.). Retrieved June 24, 2019, from https://libguides.uta.edu/copyright/blackboard