OER [Open Educational Resources] Copyright and Permissions Information

OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES (OER) COPYRIGHT AND PERMISSIONS INFORMATION

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To the extent possible under law, Michael Madison has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to the following Syllabi, related Course Information, and related Writing Assignments made available at madisonian.net/home:

  • Copyright Law (any term / any semester)
  • Trademark Law (any term / any semester)
  • Foundations of Intellectual Property Law (any term / any semester)
  • Contracts (any term / any semester)
  • Technology, Law, and Leadership (any term / any semester)

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Teachers, researchers, students, practitioners, and others who may wish to copy, adapt, and/or distribute original content presented on the above pages, including both original text and any original selection and arrangement, are welcome to do so.

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Unless otherwise explicitly indicated, all content on this site, including all text, graphical content, and works consisting of selection, coordination, or arrangement of other material, was authored by Michael Madison.

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