Moral Rights and Authenticity in the Learning Process
This paper will explore the concepts of moral rights and copyright and how they apply to new learning media.
||Copyright, Intellectual Property, Online Learning, Moral Rights
The International Journal of Learning, Volume 16, Issue 7, pp.339-348.
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School of Business, Grant MacEwan College, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Travis Huckell teaches business law to undergraduate students enrolled in B. Comm. and B.A. degree programs. He was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1985 and practiced law full time while teaching part-time until 2000 when he became a full-time instructor. He has interests in the use of course management software as a supplement to face-to-face classroom learning, business law, corporate law, governance of non-profit entities and the law of intellectual property. He recently presented a paper exploring academics’ ownership of their intellectual property. He currently sits on the Boards of Directors of 3 non-profit organizations.
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