Distance Education and the TEACH Act
The new law offers many improvements over the previous version of Section 110(2), but in order to enjoy its advantages, colleges, universities, and other qualified educational institutions will need to meet the law's rigorous requirements. Educators will not be able to comply by either accidental circumstances or well-meaning intention. Instead, the law calls on each educational institution to undertake numerous procedures and involve the active participation of many individuals.
- Legislative history & primer
- The TEACH Act FAQ
- TEACH Act best practices using Blackboard
- Summary of the Report on Copyright and Digital Distance Education
- Major copyright bill affecting distance education becomes law
- The Freedom to Read Statement