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My course materials have been posted on a course sharing site like Course Hero or OneClass – what are my rights?
You as an instructor own the teaching-related intellectual property that you create as an instructor at Ryerson, unless you have assigned rights to the material to another entity by contract. Some examples of the types of materials that are are protected by copyright include lecture notes, PowerPoint presentations, lab manuals, syllabi and streamed lectures. Instructors are encouraged to remind students, through notices in their syllabi, that those course materials are protected by copyright laws. You may also choose to include the copyright symbol (©) on your materials along with your name and the date they were created. As well make sure that you fully cite any third party materials in your course material that you use, to make it clear that some material is not your own work and can’t be redistributed. Course sharing sites are meant to share notes only, but increasingly instructor materials are being shared. For more information about what course sharing sites themselves see as acceptable to post copyright-wise, please read the Copyright guidelines on the Course Hero site.
Are students allowed to post their own lecture notes?
Student created, non-verbatim (in their own words) notes of class lectures are acceptable for students to share, as these are created by students in their own words so are copyrighted to them. As well, if students post short excerpts of your work to non-commercial site, for a fair dealing purpose (such as criticism, review, education, news reporting) then their use may qualify as fair dealing.
How do I get my materials removed from these websites?
If you find your teaching materials on a course sharing site, for example Course Hero or OneClass, you can send a request to have the materials taken down, if the work was created by you. Please note that many course sharing websites like Course Hero are in the United States, and so can be subject to a Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) request, which if you follow carefully will mean that the company is required by law to remove your materials. A DMCA request only applies to material you created and are the copyright owner of, not to third party materials that are part of your course. You can send a takedown request to a course sharing site like OneClass, but because they are located in Canada and use Canadian servers, they are not required to take the materials down without a court order, although they may choose to do so.
Course Hero also gives advice on how you can send a request to have the materials taken down. Course Hero includes information on how to submit a request here: https://www.coursehero.com/copyright.php
If you would like more information about how to search for your teaching materials posted without your consent Cornell University has compiled a Copyright Information Centre web page that includes tips for finding your copyrighted materials online. Cornell also includes a sample copyright notice that can be used as a template.
How do I make a DMCA Takedown request?
To make a DMCA request for your own content to be taken down you need to put it in the following format and provide this information. It is a good idea to date your request. You must provide the following information for your request to be enforceable in the United States:
1. The Name of the copyright claimant (your full name)
2. Identification of the copyrighted work claimed to have been infringed (the name of the item)
3. Identification of the material that is claimed to be infringing and information reasonably sufficient to permit the service provider to locate the material (a link to the content)
4. Information reasonably sufficient to permit the service provider to contact the complaining party, such as an address, telephone number, and, if available, an electronic mail address at which the complaining party may be contacted (your email address or full mailing address)
5. A statement that the complaining party has a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner (A statement that claims that you are the copyright holder)
6. A statement that the information in the notification is accurate, and under penalty of perjury, that the complaining party is authorized to act on behalf of the owner of the copyright that is allegedly infringed (a statement that you assert you are telling the truth, and that you are in fact the authorized copyright holder)
What do I do if the material is not removed, even after I have sent a takedown request?
You can also send a Cease and Desist letter to follow up, following the APPENDIX A template. If the cease and desist does not work, you may wish to contact [email protected] for advice on other avenues of relief.
Does Ryerson Policy 60 Academic Integrity Apply?
Policy 60, Academic Integrity http://www.ryerson.ca/senate/policies/pol60.pdf includes the following specific examples of academic misconduct:
“2.8 Unauthorized Use of Intellectual Property
Use of the intellectual property of others for distribution, sale or profit without the authorization of the owner of that material. This includes slides and presentation materials used in a class wherever the owner of those materials has not authorized further use.
“2.10 Violations of Specific Departmental or Course Requirements
Instructors may, in order to encourage Academic Integrity, include additional specific requirements as long as these are consistent with this policy. Any additional requirements must be published in the course outline”
This means that Policy 60 Academic Integrity may apply. If your students share your materials, without your authorization, you may wish to register a suspicion of academic misconduct with the Academic Integrity Office here:
Below is some text that you can use on your course outline that is specific to Policy 60 Academic Integrity:
The unauthorized use of intellectual property of others, including your Professor’s, for distribution, sale, or profit, including, but not limited to:
● Lecture notes
● Presentation materials used in and outside of class
● Lab manuals
● Course packs/E-Reserves
is expressly prohibited in accordance with Policy 60 Academic Integrity (Sections 2.8, 2.10) http://www.ryerson.ca/senate/policies/pol60.pdf
Contact Academic Integrity:
If you have questions about Academic Integrity and Filesharing please email: [email protected] or fill out
the form here: https://www.ryerson.ca/academicintegrity/contact/
For additional information, or for urgent requests, please call the Academic Integrity Office at 416-979-5000 x3273.
What if I am OK with students posting my material online?
You may not have an issue with students posting your course material online. If that is the case you can consider including in your course outline that you are making the course materials available by a Creative Commons Licence that will enable them to further copy and distribute it (see the Creative Commons site to choose the most applicable licence type: https://creativecommons.org/share-your-work/licensing-types-examples/).
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Course Hero is an American education technology website company based in Redwood City, California, which operates an online learning platform for students to access course-specific study resources (homework, essays and tests).
Course Hero gets content for free from its users and charges a monthly fee of $39.95, or an annual fee of $9.95 per month.
The crowdsourced learning platform contains practice problems, study guides, infographics, class notes, step-by-step explanations, essays, lab reports, videos, user-submitted questions paired with answers from tutors, and original materials created and uploaded by educators. Users either buy a subscription or upload original documents to receive unlocks that are used to view and download full Course Hero documents.
Course Hero was founded by Andrew Grauer at Cornell University in 2006 for college students to share lectures, class notes, exams and assignments.
In November 2014, the company raised $15 million in Series A Funding, with investors that included GSV Capital and IDG Capital. Seed investors SV Angel and Maveron also participated. In February 2020, the company raised a further $10 million in Series B Funding, valuing the company at over $1 billion. The Series B round was led by NewView Capital, whose founder and managing partner, Ravi Viswanathan, joined Course Hero’s board of directors. NewView Capital also contributed $30 million in what’s known as an employee tender offer, a process by which NewView purchased company shares directly from Course Hero employees.
Course Hero acquired Symbolab, a mathematics problem solver, in October 2020, and acquired LitCharts, a literature guide resource, in June 2021. Terms of these acquisitions were not disclosed.
In 2012 it was asserted that Course Hero provided access to over 7 million uploaded study documents. Students pay a monthly subscription to have immediate Premier Access to Course Hero or they can upload 40 documents to receive free access for a month. When a user has uploaded 40 documents, they can download up to 300 documents from Course Hero. However, it takes about three days to get Premier Access after submitting documents. User can search for documents by content, university or course subject. A philanthropic initiative called the Course Hero Knowledge Drive was introduced in September 2010 in which one book is donated to Books for Africa for every 10 study documents uploaded to the website. Since its inception, the Course Hero Knowledge Drive has donated over 200,000 books to students and schools abroad.
Course Hero offers 24/7 access to online tutors. They can ask any question about a subject and a tutor will respond within 3 days. This access is charged per use via "credits" for Premier Users, but basic subscribers have to pay per question.
On April 17, 2012, Course Hero launched 22 free online courses in three "learning paths": Entrepreneurship, Business, and Web Programming. These courses use aggregated educational content from the web and consistently test students until they master their subject. Each course breaks down into roughly 6 sections, teaching a combination of videos and articles. On August 7, 2012, Course Hero added a further 18 free skill-based courses to their catalog. Course Hero also rewards students who complete 5 or more in either three offered learning paths. Prizes include the opportunity to pitch a business plan to SV Angel and $5,000 or a chance to get a job at Course Hero.
Video lectures and educator platform
Educators can openly share knowledge and content through Course Hero. There is a searchable library of video lectures, sorted by university, subject or instructor. The website also offers a free directory of digital courses that are available on the Internet.
The documents uploaded for sale are frequently the intellectual property of instructors, not of the students who post them/sell them. Course Hero's Use Policy states that uploaders must be authorized to post the file, however Course Hero does not verify this or notify copyright holders prior to submissions being uploaded. This includes exams and their keys, quizzes and their keys, study guides written by instructors. To protect the rights of the copyright holders, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act requires Course Hero to expeditiously remove content when it is flagged as infringing its copyright. However, the process to remove copyrighted material can be seen as overly burdensome and may be a subtle way to discourage people from following through on such claims.
As Course Hero allows students to post previous homework and exam solutions from their classes, the website is often cited as an aid to student cheating. Subscribers can download complete papers that were submitted by previous students, and submit them as their own work. Additionally, the site allows students to upload homework and get completed work solutions from the site's contracted workers.
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How do you check your questions on Course Hero?
To view the status of a Question you have recently posted, log in to your account and select My Library from the left-hand navigation panel. From there, select the tab that says My Questions to see all of the Questions you’ve posted so far.
How much is Coursehero monthly?
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|Quarterly Plan||$19.95per month||3 month of access Billed $59.85 every 3 months Ask up to 20 Tutor Questions|
|Monthly Plan||$39.99per month||1 month of access Ask up to 10 Tutor questions|
|Annual Plan||$9.95per month||12 months of access Billed $119.40 every 12 months Ask up to 40 Tutor Questions|
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Where to start: Free access. Scroll to the bottom and click “Send Verification Email.” Reward: 8 Tutor Questions per referral. When you’ll receive them: As soon as your friend joins Course Hero.
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Most of the websites have safeguards against what they consider cheating. There are courses of action professor can take if they find their copyrighted information online. It provides a temptation to students who are looking for exam answers and want to cheat in class. You also can’t track who is using Course Hero.
How much does study com Pay Per question?
Current rates mostly range from ₹45 – ₹300 per question. Again, it depends on the difficulty level of the question and the price offered by the clients. If you work with top companies which are dominating in this industry, then you’ll get paid well.
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There are a number of ways to earn money on the internet. Answering questions is one of them….Here’s the list of Q&A based apps where you can answer people’s questions and make money:
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