When acquiring material for course handouts or for delivery via a learning management system, staff should adhere to copyright laws. Although many universities are lax on copyright laws, it remains the responsibility of staff to legally acquire materials.
Libraries, of course, are a great source for material, and can be an option in addition to or a resource for material on a learning management system. Most universities provide a number of ways for educators and students to obtain course-related materials, including print and electronic course packs, books, textbooks, articles, sound recordings, videos, electronic journals, sound files, and streaming services for audio and video media, which may be easily accessed through library reserve lists or within a learning management system.
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