Intellectual Property Issue
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Intellectual Property Issue (Location: Somewhere University). Joel is a tenure-track faculty person who is concerned about his faculty evaluations. He has been teaching to work at Somewhere University. Joel has noted in the past that some of his students have liberally “borrowed” code from existing web pages. He realizes that he needs to change this behavior, but he also wants his students to be successful since he believes that this will result in positive faculty evaluations.
How can Joel phrase his guide to students about the inappropriate use of “borrowed” code in their assignment? Should he introduce his students to copyright and intellectual property rights? What penalty should he introduce when students do “borrow” code from existing web pages?Attached is the chapter for this question
from chapter 35
Reiser, R. & Dempsey, J. (Eds.) (2012). Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology (3rd ed) (pp. 309-320). Boston: Pearson.
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