UnderGraduate catalog: 2020/21 term 1

Intellectual Property

UoPeople respects the intellectual property rights of others who seek to create, preserve, and disseminate knowledge through teaching, collective learning, and continued research at the University at large. In keeping with its mission, UoPeople provides all reading materials without charge to its students. UoPeople abides by all copyright conditions and applicable law governing the use of these materials. It has adopted a comprehensive Intellectual Property policy to guide its course developers in preparing UoPeople courses (Guidelines on Development of Course Materials).

In the event that UoPeople’s Intellectual Property Policy (Guidelines on Development of Course Materials) requires interpretation and review, a standing committee will be formed, appointed by the Provost, to settle such disputes.

OUR ADVISORY BOARD OF WORLD-RENOWNED ACADEMICS ENSURE UOPEOPLE STUDENTS RECEIVE ALL POSSIBLE PERSPECTIVES

Dr. Alexander Tzuhilin
Dean, Computer Science, UoPeople