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Friday, December 6 • 1:50pm - 2:50pm
Dealing with IP & Copyright (60m)

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It's early days on this new frontier, but it's clear that online learning and MOOCs are important and visible initiatives for schools.  With the excitement also comes difficult emerging legal issues such as copyright, ownership, and privacy questions - made even more complex by the rapidly changing and pivoting education and business models in MOOCs.  
As a copyright technology and service that provides course readings in MOOCs, SIPX is on the front lines observing schools balance a host of factors in making copyright and IP decisions - from risk and liability; saving or eliminating costs for school and students; enhancing the quality of the course and learning experience; tracking data analytics; to future applications of course assets created in MOOCs.  Copyright lawyer Franny Lee (SIPX co-founder, VP Business Development) will discuss these general observations, share firsthand experiences about real data from real MOOCs, and highlight specific copyright considerations for third-party content that schools would like to draw into their MOOCs, as well as content that is created by the faculty, school or students.


Franny Lee

Franny Lee is Vice President, Business Development & Co-Founder of SIPX. Originally a composer and jazz musician, Franny was drawn to the fields of copyright and digital communication by experiencing firsthand its effect on the music industry. She has worked on a variety of complex copyright issues for over 10 years. Franny is a lawyer in both the United States and Canada, and has litigated digital rights and internet questions in the... Read More →

Friday December 6, 2013 1:50pm - 2:50pm
Meeting Room 9

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