Library:Copyright Resources/MOOCs Copyright Guide/MOOC Copyright Guidelines

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Introduction

These guidelines are intended to help MOOC authors and course teams make responsible use of third-party copyrighted materials[1] in the Coursera learning environment.

If you have questions about the information in these guidelines or how it applies to specific use-case scenarios, please contact the Scholarly Communications & Copyright Office (SCCO) at ubc-copyright@interchange.ubc.ca or 604-827-2006.

For general copyright information, including what it covers, how long it lasts, how you get permission to use someone’s copyrighted material, and how it works internationally, please see UBC’s Copyright Basics FAQ.

These guidelines are current as of 2014-03-05.


  1. The term "third-party copyrighted materials" refers to any copyrighted works that you do not own the copyright to (note, this includes work you have authored but have assigned copyright to a publisher).