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Who should own the intellectual property on a program developed in classes?

Who should and who does are often different. There are laws and contracts to consider as well as "common law." In my own view, forcing a faculty member to give up all rights to the intellectual ...
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Who should own the intellectual property on a program developed in classes?

The 'best' approach is debatable, but you could argue that the easiest approach is to use a permissive license which places few restrictions on who can use the code and what they can do with it. ...
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Who should own the intellectual property on a program developed in classes?

In the software practicum that I teach, students develop new software for a real customer. My school has a standard software license agreement that the students, customer, and I must sign at the start ...
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