Library and Learning Services is proud to announce an easy, fast (and entertaining!) way to learn how to “copy right” in the classroom and on SLATE. Check out Copy Right at Sheridan College, a SLATE virtual community, for quick, self-paced copyright training.
You’ll find this unique virtual community in your SLATE course listings. You can also search for it on SLATE (search for “Copy Right at Sheridan College – 123976_VC”) or, once you’re logged in to SLATE, click on this link, Homepage – Copy Right at Sheridan College, to be taken directly there.
The modules are:
- entirely voluntary
- available to you at any time.
What do you get?
- A general overview of copyright owners’ rights and your rights as an educator.
- Answers to copyright FAQs provided by short videos on subjects like “Can I Use YouTube in the Classroom?” and “How Do I Deal with Fair Dealing?”
- Short videos, quizzes, and downloadable fact sheets
These award-winning copyright learning modules were developed for all Ontario colleges by the Copyright Literacy in Ontario Colleges project, a group of librarians that include Patricia Buckley, Sheridan’s Copyright Coordinator, and Shelley Woods, Sheridan’s FAAD Liaison Librarian.