6 Tips for protecting the intellectual property of your online courses

We live in a time when it’s easy to share pretty much everything we want, from pictures in our PJs drinking coffee to our deepest thoughts. For instructional designers, the possibility of making their courses available to large audiences in various geographical locations is also great and makes for great business. Yet, with all this sharing comes the issue of protecting your intellectual property.

I don’t have any legal training, so if you are in a situation that requires that sort of intervention, you should consult a professional. If, however, you are simply worried about your content being “borrowed”, here are a few ideas about protecting it and ensuring that you’ll have the proof to defend your rights if it ever comes to that.

1. Publicly own your content

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