Intellectual Property Copyright Violations

Uploading course materials, including lectures, quizzes, and exams, onto online sharing platforms is considered to be a copyright violation, regardless of whether an individual did so intentionally or unintentionally. Students may not distribute or reproduce materials, whether for commercial purposes or not, without the express consent of the faculty or instructor.

Copyright infringements and concerns should be brought to the attention of Legal and Immigration Services, Associate Deans, and the Office of Academic Integrity.

For more information:

Guidelines on faculty, staff, and students entering relationships with external organizations offering access to course materials

Copyright at University of Waterloo