Misleading on Fair Dealing, Part 4: The Shift from Coursepacks to Digital Course Management Systems - Michael Geist
The changing state of course materials in education involves more than just increased reliance on alternative materials such as journal and newspaper articles. Yesterday's post highlighted the significant decline in book copying as part of coursepack materials, but the data also consistently demonstrates that coursepacks are being abandoned in favour of digital course management systems (CMS)(previous posts in the misleading on fair dealing series on the impact of the 2012 reforms, the wildly exaggerated suggestion of 600 million uncompensated copies each year, and the decline of books in coursepacks).