I don't have much of a problem with this. If the school is paying me to do the work that I do then I can see how they would expect that work to stay with them when I leave. The only issue I might have is that so many educators, including me, are working for multiple institutions and possibly running their own training companies.The handbook goes on to say that "work that is the same as, directly related to, or substantially similar to a work for which that employee has been specifically assigned, hired, or commissioned by the College to create, then 'significant use' of College resources will be presumed and ownership of the work shall belong to the College."
I'm not sure how that could ever be enforced. If I'm teaching a communications course for 3 different institutions and through my own company then who gets to claim ownership over the materials I create in the process? This is where copyright law seems completely silly. Nobody owns the work. I don't own it and none of the institutions own it. It's simply a process of knowledge transfer. #OCL4ED
In my case, I simply don't worry about it. They can have it all when I leave :)
Developing open source materials for general education courses would be much easier. Basic science courses and humanities courses have many open resources available. Then it is just a matter of finding a way to get past the time, budget, and restrictive intellectual property polices.
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