The Future of MOOCs
Who Owns MOOCs?
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  • Breif2

    “Who Owns MOOCs?”

    I do. Next question?

  • rheddles

    Each institution should have some form of intellectual property agreement that the faculty, staff and graduate students sign. Look at it. The answer is there.

  • BobSykes

    The basic labor law is that the company/school owns the workers’ products. After all, that’s why the workers are paid in the first place. So, schools own the faculties lecture notes. Schools are free to establish other rules, like giving ownership to the faculty, but when push comes to shove the law backs the schools.

  • free_agent

    As always, read the fine print in the contract. And arrange the contract so that unexpected future developments won’t leave you out in the cold.

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