Materials Developed as a Primary or Sole Purpose of Employment. When the College’s employee is hired or assigned specifically to develop instructional or course materials, then the rights to such materials belong exclusively to the College, including the right to copyright and/or sell the materials for profit.The College shall have the right to come to agreements with Employees concerning the rights belonging exclusively to it under the terms of this section (3). If any such agreements are proposed, the Federation shall have the right to review them before they are concluded.The Federation shall file no grievance with respect to this section (3). Faculty members, however, shall have the right to file such grievances. Step 4 of grievances filed under this section (3) shall be processed as described in Article XXII with the following exception: a commercial arbitrator expert in copyright law and practice shall be chosen by the parties, in a manner consistent with the normal practice of the American Arbitration Association, unless the parties agree that a labor arbitrator is more appropriate.