Copyright Issues

Note 1: “Materials intended for one-time use” are workbooks and exercise books into which a student records answers. These are materials created and
intended for each student to have his or her own copy. Once a student completes the answers, these materials are of no use to another student. Any
copying from materials intended for one-time use exposes the person making the copy, the teacher, the school, and the school board to liability for
copyright infringement. This prohibition does not apply to reproducibles. A reproducible is not intended for one-time use, but is sold or provided with the
rights holder’s authorization to reproduce it for educational use. (Council of Ministers of Education, Canada)


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