November 08, 2006
Issued by the Joint Committee of the Higher Education and Entertainment Communities, this paper is intended to assist campus administrators in understanding the application of copyright law to peer-to-peer file sharing.
Copyright Law and Potential Liability for Students Engaged in P2P File Sharing
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September 26, 2016
Digital technology’s role at colleges and universities often floats in a zone of subjectivity and contingency.
ACE President Molly Corbett Broad highlights a broad spectrum of strategic insights and best practices from some of higher education’s foremost practitioners and thought leaders.
University of Maryland University College has taken tech innovation to the next level, spinning off a company that helps other institutions upgrade their technology and analyze data for better outcomes while funneling profits to Maryland students in need.
Smaller colleges and universities depend just as much on finance, human-resource, and student-information software as larger institutions do. To increase their buying power on information technology—along with legal services and other big-ticket needs—more than 50 private nonprofit colleges and universities have joined forces to create the Higher Education Systems and Services Consortium.
In this exclusive Q&A, Perry Samson, the Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Atmospheric Science at the University of Michigan, shares the impetus and implications of a high-tech tool he developed to help colleagues gather and apply data about their own lectures to improve their teaching.