This resource is a set of tools to help you review your adaptive courseware license agreement and find out if an adaptive courseware license agreement meets your institution’s needs. There is no one-size-fits-all in adaptive courseware license agreements. Gain guidance to help your institution navigate adaptive learning courseware license agreements. Each license agreement is a transaction that should be tailored to fit your institution’s specific circumstance. Please select the option that best pertains to you. Be sure to follow your institution’s procurement processes, and note this tool does not constitute legal advice.Download the Courseware License Agreement Guide
Horne, T. (2019, April 30) Courseware License Agreement Checklist. Every Learner Everywhere.
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