Approved By President’s Cabinet 
November 26, 2002


The Educational Technology Policies were developed in consultation with the Educational Technology Planning Committee. The policies were extensively reviewed by faculty and relevant administrators, and were approved by the Academic Policies and Research Committee in Fall 2002. The President’s Cabinet approved the policies on November 26, 2002.

Policies outline the rights and responsibilities of faculty developing or teaching technology-enhanced courses, students enrolled in such courses, the Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology, and the University. The policies were written to protect the rights of faculty and students, and to ensure that all individuals involved in course development and instruction are aware of relevant law. The policies also outline the University’s position on ownership of and rights to intellectual property created during the course development process.