Materials created by a student in the EPD courses, unless specifically excluded, remains the property of the student and may not be used by others without written permission from the student-author. This pertains to e-mail messages, threaded discussions, reports, and projects students create.
Some courses use case studies as part of the instruction. You should understand and respect any confidentiality issues relating to your employer's information before sharing this information with the class.
All course and program materials are copyrighted by the University of Wisconsin. These materials may not be copied without written permission. Any requests for use of materials outside the course for which they are prepared must be approved in writing by the instructor and the program director. Course materials, lectures, and recordings are protected intellectual property at UW-Madison. Students may use the materials and recordings for their personal use related to participation in this class. Students may also take notes solely for their personal use. Students may not copy or share lecture materials and recordings outside of class, including posting on internal sites, internet sites, or selling to commercial entities. Students are also prohibited from providing or selling their personal notes to anyone else or being paid for taking notes by any person or commercial firm without the instructor’s express written permission.
Unauthorized use of these copyrighted lecture materials and recordings constitutes copyright infringement and may be addressed under the university's policies, UWS Chapters 14 and 17, governing student academic and non-academic misconduct.