This ECAR research bulletin focuses on institutional intellectual property (IP) policy related to instructional products and systems generally and to e-learning specifically. It contrasts IP policies that apply in face-to-face instructional settings with those in e-learning environments, and it highlights the role that Web 2.0 applications play in those policies.
Citation for this work: Diaz, Veronica. â€œIntellectual Property Policies, E-Learning, and Web 2.0: Intersections and Open Questionsâ€ (Research Bulletin, Issue 7). Boulder, CO: EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research, 2009, available from http://www.educause.edu/ecar.