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L-Reyes
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Screenshot of Canvas Module For Student Paper

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What is instructure/canvas policy on taking screenshots of unpublished modules for sharing for academic purposes? I am a graduate student preparing to be an educator and planning an online module for a project. I would like to screenshot what I see from my Free-for-teacher account to share in an APA-formatted paper, if allowed. 

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scottdennis
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Hi @L-Reyes,

Thanks for reaching out and checking here in the Ask-a-question forums.  Instructure does not have a policy or take any stance on what you can or should do with your own intellectual property that you have added to a module in Free-for-Teacher.  That being said, it the content in the module that you have access to in Free-for-Teacher does not belong to you, I would personally advise you to seek the permission of whoever does own it.  In my opinion, the published/not-published status of the module doesn't have any bearing in this situation.   Does that make sense?

Sincerely,

Scott Dennis

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scottdennis
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Hi @L-Reyes,

Thanks for reaching out and checking here in the Ask-a-question forums.  Instructure does not have a policy or take any stance on what you can or should do with your own intellectual property that you have added to a module in Free-for-Teacher.  That being said, it the content in the module that you have access to in Free-for-Teacher does not belong to you, I would personally advise you to seek the permission of whoever does own it.  In my opinion, the published/not-published status of the module doesn't have any bearing in this situation.   Does that make sense?

Sincerely,

Scott Dennis

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