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Glenn Hervieux

The Educator's Guide to Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons – The Edublogger - 74 views

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    Nice easy discussion points on Copyright and Fair Use. Author includes some resources to images. Check out the comment section for conversation about this important topic.
Randy Rodgers

A Copyright-Friendly Toolkit | Smore - 7 views

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    Awesome collection of copyright-friendly tools for the classroom!
Roland Gesthuizen

Creative Commons Licensing of Open Educational Content - 4 views

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    "Creative Commons (CC) licensing allows creators and users of online, digital content to share while protecting/acknowledging the rights of others. This blog post defines CC licensing, the need for it, and how to make it happen."
Brandon Raymo

OpenAttribute - 32 views

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    This is a great add-on. Works well
Michele Brown

Copyright and Creative Commons | Common Craft - 4 views

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    Common Craft video that explains Creative Commons in an easy to understand format.
Enid Baines

Copyright - Playing with Media - 56 views

  • Attribution, in the form of a thorough “Works Cited” section of a document or project, does NOT guarantee full copyright compliance in the United States. Judges ruling on intellectual property cases never write, “The defendant created a great bibliography, so I find find him not guilty of these charges.”
  • We would never accept the following entry in a written, student bibliography in a research paper: "I found this information in the school library."
  • We should not accept student media projects which include similar, non-specific attribution statements like “Images from Google” or “Images from Flickr.”
Roland Gesthuizen

Bloggers Beware: You CAN Get Sued For Using Pics on Your Blog - My Story - Bl... - 180 views

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    "You are violating copyright if you have not gotten express PERMISSION from the copyright holder OR are using pics that are public domain, creative commons, etc. I didn't know better and I had to learn the hard way. So I want to let you all know now so that you don't have to be a cautionary tale as well."
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    Thank you so much for sharing this! As an educator, I always believed that if I posted a picture on the district site and just gave credit to where I got the picture I was clear with copyright. Now I know better. Perhaps you've underwent this experience to help so many others like me to better understand copyright...
Mark Gleeson

4 Creative Commons sites for photos - 20 views

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    Support in using appropriate copyrighted photos in your online work
A Gardner

Legal Music For Videos - Creative Commons - 217 views

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    Great list of resources! Thank you!
Chris Betcher

The Kids Open Dictionary Builder - 2 views

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    The purpose of this project is to create a free, open simple dictionary for students to use. This dictionary will ultimately be published in a variety of formats and for multiple platforms. To add to this project, find a word you'd like to write a definition for or click "Instant Karma" for a random word. Please consult the style guidelines for editorial information.
Chris Betcher

ImageStamper | Stay Copyright-safe - 2 views

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    ImageStamper is a free tool for keeping dated, independently verified copies of license conditions associated with creative commons images. You can use it to safeguard your use of free images from license changes, or to prove you are the original image creato
Daryl Bambic

Finding and using public domain photographs - 167 views

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    Finding and using public domain photographs
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    They left out Flickr Commons, though, which is a really excellent international source and allows for public tagging if you want to curate things with your own search terms: http://www.flickr.com/commons/
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