Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) copyright resources for universities
The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) has released a new Open Educational Resource. In a series of seven short self-directed modules, university employees are guided through instructional videos and brief quizzes that will help them navigate the complexities of copyright law in Canada.
A comprehensive guidebook to support instructors, teaching assistants, and those in other educational roles in applying Accessible Education principles across teaching and learning contexts to enhance access for all.
Guide to Experiential and Community Engaged Education
This resource guide that has been created by the Ad Hoc Experiential Learning and Community Engagement Working Group, led by Dr. Kim Dej, Acting Vice-Provost and Professor Sheila Sammon, Director, Office of Community Engagement.
Copyright in Canada has gone through some changes recently which will influence how we use copyrighted materials in our teaching, learning and research activities here at McMaster. Stay informed about copyright at McMaster.