Burke, D. D., & Sanney, K. J. (2018). Applying the fraud triangle to higher education: Ethical implications. Journal of Legal Studies Education, 35(1), 5–43. This is an article about how technological advances and the digitization of information has seen a growth in cheating. It also discusses what they call the ‘moral imperative’ to address this issue.
Kumar, S., Martin, F., Budhrani, K., & Ritzhaupt, A. (2019). Award-winning faculty online teaching practices: Elements of award-winning courses. Online Learning, 23(4), 160–180. This is essential information and examples of online teaching best practices from award-winning faculty.
Ciszek, M. C. (2017). Copyright, fair use, and free use for US k-12 educators: A legal perspective. Clearing House, 90(5/6), 214. This article provides a legal perspective on copyright, copyright infringement, fair use, and free for K-12 educators.
Lipton, J. D., & Tehranian, J. (2015). Derivative Works 2.0: Reconsidering transformative use in the age of crowdsourced creation. Northwestern University Law Review, 109(2), 383–443. A derivative work is a work that is taken from an already existing source, but you need permission to make a derivative work from the original author. Examples of modifications to original works can be a translation, a book turned into a play, condensed version, etc.
Pistorius, T., & Mwim, O. S. (2019). The impact of digital copyright law and policy on access to knowledge and learning. Reading & Writing, 1. This article provides information on how digital resources have helped to foster changes in copyright law.
Olesova, L., & Campbell, S. (2019). The impact of the cooperative mentorship model on faculty preparedness to develop online courses. Online Learning, 23(4), 192–213. This is an important article on how the adoption of a mentoring model is key to helping faculty new to the online learning environment prepare for not only courses but for the teaching model for online learning.
Axesslab. (2020). What is a screen reader? This is important information about screen readers and what they are used for as well as how they provide accessibility to information for people with low and no vision. They provide both text to speech and speech to text.