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To enhance curriculum, edtech companies and curriculum developers for these new and improved microcosms of public education are using CCC’s Annual Copyright License for Curriculum and Instruction.
Angela Di Michele Lalor’s concept of building on the curriculum that is already in place demonstrates a respect for teachers and what is good about education.
What curriculum developers, educators and staff need to know about content use and copyright in K-12 curriculum and instruction.
Watch Emma House, Head of Publisher Relations at literacy platform Simbi, explain how the wide variety of content covered by the Annual Copyright License for Curriculum & Instruction helps Simbi create engagement with all students.
Eileen Murphy, Founder and CEO of education company ThinkCERCA, explains why having immediate access to a wide variety of authentic content is vital for creating lessons that help students of all backgrounds build their critical literacy skills.
The university library holds first a central role as a study space. With enrollment increasingly diverse, librarians and administrators see responsibility for making that study space into a welcoming place, too.
In eight years since the implementation of Get It Now at Furman University, the service has become an integral tool and heavily relied on resource for students, faculty, and librarians.
CGI chose CCC’s Annual Copyright License for Higher Education to streamline its process for securing copyright permissions and support its growing program.
Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary determined that it needed to take a more organized, streamlined approach to copyright permissions and purchased the CCC Annual Copyright License in the hope that it would provide time savings and process improvements.
Drake University’s Cowles Library turned to the article delivery service Get It Now to help reduce costs while providing students, faculty, and staff with a high level of service.
To help its students get faster access to journal articles, Murray State University adopted CCC’s article delivery service, Get It Now.
An online, self-paced course created to explain complex issues related to copyright and education in the U.S. in easy-to-understand ways. The course speaks directly to what educators today need to know about copyright and helps them enhance their organization’s copyright compliance program.
An educational webcast intended to provide a quick but in-depth look at important concerns surrounding the use of copyright-protected content in higher education. This webcast helps attendees gain a better understanding of copyright law and its impact on college and university faculty, staff, and students.