Who owns the intellectual property rights to user generated content in Glow?

This is defined as digitally produced content, in a range of file formats, which has been created by teachers or learners to support the curriculum. Such content can be shared by users using a range of tools and applications within the Glow platform: email, newsfeeds, OneDrive and SharePoint 2013 sites.

Users may not share content that is copyrighted, or material for which permission has not been granted by the original owner.

User generated content that is shared on Glow is done so on the understanding that the original owner grants other users the right to download, use and adapt that material for their own teaching and learning needs.

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