Sharing Course Content and Materials
There are almost an infinite number of resources available online to help demonstrate concepts, encourage engagement, and assess student learning. When you find a resource, you would like to share with your students, ensure you are following appropriate guidelines to credit, cite, and distribute your sources.
- Guidelines for choosing digital content
- Copyright Status for Materials Uploaded to Moodle
- Using Content in Your Course (Copyright@York)
- FAQ (Copyright@York)
- Copyright Tips for Transitioning Your Courses to an Online Format
- Support for eLearning - Fully Online or Blended Courses (York Libraries)
- Faculty/Instructor Support (York Libraries)
- There may be different obligations for sharing resources and other materials depending on where you obtained them, who created them, and how you plan to share them. When in doubt, you can contact email@example.com with any specific questions.
- There is a growing community of educators active in creating and sharing Open Educational Resources (OERs). These resources can be updated, adapted, and shared for diverse courses and purposes. You can explore eCampus Ontario Open Library of open textbooks and other resources that could be used as part of your course materials.
- Materials available online should, at minimum, be shared alongside a link to their original source (e.g. website URL) as well as the author and title of the work.
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