A Must Have Poster on Copyright Guidelines for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mo... - 194 views
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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.”
A Fair(y) Use Tale
Professor Eric Faden of Bucknell University created this humorous, yet informative, review of copyright principles delivered through the words of the very folks we can thank for nearly endless copyright terms.
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Digitally Speaking / FrontPage - 43 views
Our kids’ futures will require them to be:
- Networked–They’ll need an “outboard brain.”
- More collaborative–They are going to need to work closely with people to co-create information.
- More globally aware–Those collaborators may be anywhere in the world.
- Less dependent on paper–Right now, we are still paper training our kids.
- More active–In just about every sense of the word. Physically. Socially. Politically.
- Fluent in creating and consuming hypertext–Basic reading and writing skills will not suffice.
- More connected–To their communities, to their environments, to the world.
- Editors of information–Something we should have been teaching them all along but is even more important now.
are today's teachers prepared for the significant changes that must happen before this new vision of an educated citizen becomes a reality?