14 Ways To Protect The Intellectual Property of Your Online Course

14 Ways To Protect The Intellectual Property of Your Online Course Author: Sarah Cordiner Content theft, plagiarism and piracy is a risk we take when […]

Do We Need New Regulations to Govern the Use of EdTech?

Largely unexamined in the large-scale shift to digital learning in education are the accompanying ethical considerations. Indeed, the issues and tradeoffs that school leaders and […]

The Squeaky Wheel

Sometimes it pays to be a squeaky wheel. Based on her (and her family’s) review of the unfavorable Terms of Participation in the Scholastic Art & […]

Always Read the Terms

Always. Read. The. Terms. That’s the ‘digital citizenship’ lesson that an 8th grade middle school student from New York recently learned (“How a kid cartoonist avoided […]

11 Ways To Protect Your Intellectual Property in Online Courses

Editor’s note: the following article is for informational purposes only. Please consult a qualified legal professional before relying solely on the advice shared below. Content. […]

Blockchain & Ownership of Intellectual Property

The bitcoin block chain is well recognized for its use as a ledger for the digital currency transactions, however it also possesses potential for others, […]

Cybersecurity Training Critical to Securing Intellectual Property

Successful high-impact training organizations understand how paramount it is to implement effective cybersecurity training to protect confidential data and digital assets. Not only is it […]

Clients Stealing Your Training Materials? Good!

Photo credit: Jeremy Ricketts, published under CC. Are your customers stealing your training materials? Too many trainers have a story or two about their clients […]

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