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Better Together Sakai and SIPX-Sakai Virtual Conference.pptx
Sakai Virtual Conference (2016)
  • Gan Ye
  • Sally Bryant, Pepperdine University
Abstract
Pepperdine, like the majority of universities, is concerned with the copyright of materials posted on the Sakai site. Instructors have been advised to take appropriate steps to address copyright compliance before they post copyrighted materials to the Sakai system.  However, new technology makes copyright issues more complicated. Usually instructors or library staff search their library licensed content and link the content to the Courses site. Both instructors and library staff need faster and easier ways to manage copyright permissions and to set up course readings.  Tools are needed to help instructors and library staff in determining whether the course materials are in compliance with copyright restrictions. Stanford University has developed a new technology, SIPX, that can simplify the legal use and delivery of digital copyrighted materials.  We will present how Pepperdine integrated SIPX with the Sakai system to allow us to easily find copyrighted course materials and make the materials accessible from the Sakai Courses site.
Keywords
  • Sakai,
  • SIPX,
  • e-reserve,
  • Course Management System,
  • Copyright,
  • Library resources
Publication Date
2016
Location
Online
DOI
10.13140/RG.2.2.15292.44162
Citation Information
Gan Ye and Sally Bryant. "Better Together Sakai and SIPX-Sakai Virtual Conference.pptx" Sakai Virtual Conference (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/ganye/19/