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A Study on Copyright Issues of E-learning and Trends of Regulation
Copyright,Fair Use,Digital Technology,E-learning,Trends of Regulation,
|Publication Year :||2021|
Nowadays, with the rapid growth of technology, various E-learning resources, such as moodle, open course ware and massive open online courses, provide global learning pipelines. As such variety of E-learning resources makes teaching no longer limited by distance, learning becomes more convenient.
First of all, what needs to be discussed is the ownership of copyright in teaching activities, such as teachers’ original textbooks, or homework submitted by students. This involves the relationship between schools or educational institutions, teachers and students. In addition, when it comes to academic fields, academic ethics must be considered.
However, while the users operate E-learning resources, they may infringe other’s copyright due to lack of original works. From reproducing a large number of photocopying to uploading materials to the Interne. The unclear boundaries of the fair use doctrine in copyright law, thus the users may not able to freely enjoy the convenience of such E-learning resources.
Countries have noticed the copyright issues related to teaching, and there are also cases related to online teaching. This thesis briefly introduces the trends of copyright regulation, including legislation of the United States, the European Union, and China, and the draft amendment of Taiwan.
The copyright regulation needs the ability to adapt to technology changes in order to adjust the rights and interests of copyright owners and the public interests of society at any time. As for schools or educational institutions, they must remind the importance of respecting intellectual property rights in order to defend the image of non-profit teaching activities.
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