Baker is a private, liberal arts university that educates students through small classes, innovative instructors and rigorous coursework.
For over 150 years students at the first university in Kansas have fully engaged in learning; connected with peers, faculty and staff and developed lifelong relationships.
Four schools comprise Baker University: College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, School of Nursing, School of Professional and Graduate Studies.
We promote a community of belonging and Baker family connections, which result in lifelong associations.
Baker: a community where excellence lives and students thrive.
We challenge all students to think critically using open inquiry and freedom of expression.
Alumni include four Rhodes Scholars, a Pulitzer Prize winner, entrepreneurs, educators, nurses, writers, artists, doctors, explorers and trendsetters who have shaped our world.
Copyright Policy Overview
The rapid pace of development in instructional technologies and increased access to information has spawned laws and regulations designed to protect intellectual property. In an effort to provide both understanding and guidance for students, faculty and staff Baker University developed the following policies:
The Intellectual Property Policy governs the ownership of intellectual property created by students, faculty and staff as they pursue their work and scholarship at the University. It is designed to encourage scholarly and creative endeavor while recognizing the University’s interest in work done at its behest. It also sets forth a mechanism for resolving conflicts that may arise.
The Responsible Use Policy governs the use of University owned and operated technology. This policy includes guidance on the appropriate and legal use of this technology, but encourages safe computing practices to safeguard privacy and confidentiality.
The Use of Copyrighted Materials Policy provides a broad picture of the nature of copyright, guidance in considering the issues, and institutional resources available for use by students, faculty, and staff in this volatile area. Supporting materials provided as an appendix and frequent educational programs on this topic are necessary to keep up with the particularly rapid change in this area.