Distance Learning

Distance learning is defined as any formal instructional approach in which the majority of instruction occurs when educators and students are not in the physical presence of one another.

Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), enacted in 1998 and effective in 2000, updated federal copyright law to meet the demands of the electronic age, particularly with regard to copyright infringement on the Internet.

Assistive Technology

Assistive technology refers to the use of technologicaldevices and situational modifications byor for individuals with disabilities to enable themto improve or maintain their functional capabilities.

Acceptable Use Policies

Acceptable use policies (AUPs) are sets of behavioral expectations or rules adopted by college and university officials that are designed to regulate the conduct of those who use institutionally provided computer resources.