All copyrighted materials used in teaching need to be correctly cited. This includes material used in handouts, presentations, course materials, the LMS (Haiku, Moodle), etc. Guidelines on the MLA style of citation for Robert College staff and students can be found on our Academic Honesty page here. http://library.robcol.k12.tr/Home/citationhelp
In the Classroom
1. Books and Monographs -
2. Articles -
In Haiku / Google Classroom or another LMS
Do not use the same work repeatedly (every year). If you do, ask for copyright permission.
Never use bootleg or pirated copies of anything. Never post any copyrighted material on the open internet.
Because of the Exception of Classroom Use faculty and their students are able to to perform and display protected works in the course of face-to-face teaching within a classroom. For example:
You and your students may do any of these or similar activities under the following conditions:
Never use bootleg or pirated copies of anything.
From: Dames, K. Matthew. "Using Copyrighted Works in Teaching". Copyright Information. WEB - Syracuse University. December 2013. Accessed on August 19, 2015. http://copyright.syr.edu/guide/