Who can see your viewing activity?
Is it possible to get the entire PP at the end?
Glad to hear there is some interest in Course in a Box! If you are interest in learning more, please visit the CLEAR website here https://clear.unt.edu/services/course-development
I completed it 3 days ago and it AMAZING
Yay! Great feedback! Thank you :)
If you have questions about the presentation- please feel free to add them to the chat so we can collect them for the end of the presentation!
What if the famous person is a scientist whose work you're discussing in the class?
Does course in a box cover the same content that we are covering now? Would you recommend it even if we are designin a REMOTE face-to-face course (and not an on-line course)?
Thank you John!
@John, thank you.
Thank you, John.
Can you type that link into chat?
We will share a copy of the recording of this presentation to you within few hours via email of concluding this session.
You're very welcome, everyone!
They provide a great service!!
Oops, I pasted the wrong link for the first page I showed. This is the one I meant to paste: https://teachingcommons.unt.edu/teaching-essentials/teaching/linking-electronic-resources-course-sites
Do you recommend we create our module, include all pictures that we believe we are allowed to use then submit that to you for review? Is it also possible to set up a zoom meeting to go over the specific of my course. I am creating a history course on Canvas and it’s so hard to figure out the copyright for the images I need to use.
thanks for your question, Gloria, and your answer Lauri.
@emily, Lauri--Thank you
Is that same review being conducted for remote, syncrhonous face-to-face courses?
@Gloria - not at this point
Awesome! Thank you @John
How about using questions from a textbook's canned exam questions on exams?
So the remote training course will be essential.
the remote training is very helpful!
And those courses are recorded, too, though.
As far as journal articles, can we submit the titles in advance for the library to acquire them so I can share them with my students on canvas?
@Tania: Please reach out to your subject librarian to ask. Right now the budget is a bit tight, so we are generally only buying ebooks (one-time purchases), not subscribing to journals (which is an ongoing financial commitment). But please ask!
@Tania - the subject librarian will give you a link to place in your course for the students to use to access the article.
Will do. The good thing is my course will not happen until Spring 2022
Right, I was assuming that the Libraries doesn’t already subscribe to the journal, but we might have access!
Can the PPs be sent to use after this session? (As long as it does not infringe on copyright--smile0
@Kevin, will do
@Lauri Thank you!
You are welcome!
How about using the images we took ourselves, can we use them? for example a picture of a place/river/mountain?
Here is the link John is referencing https://clear.unt.edu/teaching-resources/copyright-guide/exceptions-defenses-copyright-infringement
What about linking to full documentaries that are from the early 1900s?
PPTs are here on this website https://clear.unt.edu/teaching-resources/copyright-guide/videos-copyright-trademark-compliance
The video was GREAT
My course is history of documentary
What if the face-to-face remote classes are being recorded? What are the copyright implications?
Our students really need the asynchronous access (recordings of their face-to-face classes, when they are unable to attend class, due to technology problems)
@John, thank you--Very practical advice.
Many faculty recorded lectures previously in the classroom using Panopto. I think this is similar.
Here is the wording the provost recommended we add to the syllabus: "Class recordings are reserved for use only by students in this class for educational purposes. The recordings should not be shared outside the class in any form. Failing to follow this restriction is a violation of the UNT Code of Student Conduct and could lead to disciplinary action."
But that only addresses recorded sessions
Not students recording their own
This was extremely helpful
I appreciate you all
And appreciate you all taking the time to help us understand a very complex subject
Thank you very much for this.
Thank you very much!