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Teaching Resources: Moving Courses Online

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Resources on Copyright & Emergency Remote Teaching

Library Copyright Experts have joined together to provide these resources for higher education to assist in navigating legal issues while rapidly moving courses online. The statement on Fair Use may be of particular interest at this time:

Click here to set up an online appointment with the Duke Libraries Copyright and Information Policy Consultant, Arnetta Girardeau, J.D.

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Free Software Options through TechSmith

TechSmith Snagit will be provided for free to organizations through June 30th, 2020. Snagit is screen capture and recording tool that lets users quickly create and share images and videos to:

  • Create training content, tutorials, lessons and step-by-step instructions
  • Create how to training materials, software walkthroughs, and demos
  • Pre-record academic lectures or supplemental learning content to share with students
  • Create instructions on how to use online learning platforms, or remote working software

TechSmith Video Review will be provided for free to organizations through June 30th, 2020. Video Review is for online, collaborative discussions and conversations around the content you upload and share to:

  • Replace in-person meetings with online review of recorded presentations
  • Keep conversations and collaboration happening asynchronously
  • Get email notifications when students or colleagues leave questions or comments
  • Allow viewers to mark up videos with arrows and shapes to help explain comments
  • Mark comments as resolved as decisions are made