Which is the best option for question 2

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I like the use of a definitive phrase followed by the explanation -- especially give the wide international context and likelihood of many participants for whom English will be a 2nd or 3rd language.

I have done some editing on the options to clarify the issues a little further. The issue here is whether the slideshow is a derivative work. Assuming it isn't, the ownership is "most likely" that of Theresa's employer which would be true for most Commonwealth countries. However, many US universities and colleges assign copyright of teaching materials to the faculty member. I'd prefer avoiding country / national based differentiations -- these online courses usually attract participants from +50 countries. Too hard to clarify for all countries ;-).

Take a look to see if my edits provide more clarity.

Good question -- thanks :-)

Mackiwg (talk)17:05, 3 January 2012


Much better. The choice of which is best is clear, and the text provides a straightforward rationale...the decision hinges on whether it's a derivative work.

I made a few wording changes to strengthen the decision point as to whether or not it's a derivative work, and a few others for consistency.

Thanks. I have another quiz question for which I'm unsure about how to nuance the opening definitive phrase...for case study question 1. I will post a discussion item.


ASnieckus (talk)04:04, 4 January 2012