Missouri bill takes up issue of recording classroom lectures

From The Columbia Daily Tribune:

A St. Louis-area lawmaker has filed legislation that essentially would undo a University of Missouri System policy restricting what students can do with recorded classroom lectures.

The bill, sponsored by Rep. Paul Curtman, R-Pacific, would allow students at public colleges to record lectures and share them with whomever they want. If approved, it would negate an executive order signed by interim UM President Steve Owens last month prohibiting students from sharing recorded lectures with anyone other than classmates.