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Copyright and Fair Use - 1 views

  • destroy any project after two years
  • While an idea can't be copyrighted, original work based on that idea is intellectual property.
  • implicit copyright proctection...even if they don't display the © copyright symbol!
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  • Understanding copyright is a professional obligation. It is important to be able to explain the concept of intellectual property to both staff and students. Intellectual property rights are essential to those who work in knowledge fields. Copyright protects the original work of scientists, educators, philosophers, and mathematicians. 
  • When using materials from the Internet, the minimum copyright credit should include the copyright symbol, ©; year the material was first published (1894); and the name of the copyright owner (Janice P. Cumquat, Ph.D.). 
    Dennis O'Connor's annotated list of articles on copyright and fair use

Copyright and Fair Use - 0 views

    • Noura sa'd
      New information about fair copy wright , first time i hear about them, please review them and check what your current work and usage in class and how these rules will restrict you
  • For educational purposes, if the use of the copyrighted materials is relevant to the lesson, part of classroom instruction, and not broadcast or published for general consumption you are most likely protected by fair use. Most of the time copying is not legally a fair use. Unless you have the author's explicit permission, copying usually violates the author's copyright. Some of the time Fair Use applies.
  • 2 years on using materials in a multimedia teaching project
Sharon Benini

Excellent Teaching * National Art Education Association - 2 views

    • Sharon Benini
      This article gives a full explanation of how the visual arts are preparing students for 21st century skills and Learning in a Visual Age.
  • PREPARE FOR TRANSFORMATION Read NAEA's New White Paper on Learning in a Visual Age
Diane Neary

Google Custom Search - iPad in the Curriculum or Classroom - 5 views

    The aim of this custom search engine is to develop a collection of readings and resources to assist in our faculty committee's deliberations. We are exploring whether or not to provide iPads to every faculty member and, in the next phase, to all students. 
Barbara Barton

Login Form - 10 views

    This is the log-in form for Information Investigator 3.1 the On-Demand Learning site - 21st Century Information Fluency
    Be sure to use the enrollment key provided in the Module 5 activities. This way your instructor will be able to track your work. (For those in the 901 & 902 sections of E-learning for Educators, this login leads to a self-paced training you'll be doing during Module 5.

Google Custom Search - ePortfolios - 4 views

    ePortfolios featuring the work of Dr. Helen Barrett Google custom search engine created by Mary Lock
Dawn Mazur

Blended Learning: Where Online and Face-to-Face Instruction Intersect for 21st Century ... - 1 views

    Different schools profiled that use blended learning. Benefits of blended learning. Useful if you are new to blended learning or if your school is thinking about implementing blended learning.
Bradley Chiasson

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills - 0 views

shared by Bradley Chiasson on 23 Jun 10 - Cached
    A national organization that advocates for 21st Century readiness for every student.  State initiatives are included for AZ, IL, IA, KS, LA, ME, MA, NV, NJ, NC, OH, SD, WV and WI.
    The Partnership for 21st Century Skills is a national organization that advocates for 21st century readiness for every student.
Dennis OConnor

Web 2.0: Overview for Educators - 4 views

  • Do you hear the buzz? The new vocabulary of ed-tech talk bursts with keywords like blog, podcast, wikis, webinar and the ultimate umbrella term: Web 2.0.  Web 2.0 describes a second generation of websites where the tech literate can read, write, publish and respond to information. Blogs, wikis, podcasts and webinars are the publication tools that make it all happen.  Web 2.0, dubbed the Read/Write web by visionary educators and thinkers gives everyone with access to the Internet a truly international voice. (By last count a billion people are online.) Yesterday we could use search engines, subject indexes and the deep web to locate, evaluate, and use digital information. Today we can do all that while juggling a remarkably diverse set of new user friendly web based applications to create and publish a custom tailored world of digital information. 
Jason Schenzel

Reading Rockets: The New Literacies - 1 views

  • And although digital natives may be tech savvy, they don't use a lot of information, or at least they don't know how to think critically about the information they use. They need guidance on how to find the best information most efficiently and determine fact from fiction.
    Students are immersed in 21st century "new literacy" technologies, but are schools preparing them for the future?
    Students are immersed in 21st century "new literacy" technologies, but are schools preparing them for the future?
Dr. Jill Klefstad

21st Century Teacher - 0 views

  • We too must continue to absorb experiences and knowledge
  • We must model the behaviours that we expect from our studen
    this site gives characteristics of a 21st century learner and also the characteristics of the 21st century teacher
Jill Zielinski

Education for the 21st Century: Balancing Content Knowledge with Skills | Britannica Blog - 0 views

  • But these 21st-century skills require deep understanding of subject matter, a fact that these reports acknowledge, albeit briefly.
    • Jill Zielinski
      21st Century Skills can not be taught in isolation, there needs to be rich content involved in the development of critical thinking and analyzing information. The use of Web 2.0 tools to complete the integration is how all the pieces of the puzzle fit together.
    Integrating Web. 2.0 tools helps to incorporate 21st Century Skills
Rick Sanchez

21st Century Literacies Homepage - 0 views

    Great information about teaching and learning issues with literacy.
mmac45 - 0 views

  • Diigo: Social annotation and bookmarking service where users can bookmark sites and add highlights and notes to them. Great for research. In fact, I used Diigo to help organize bookmarks and notes for this post.
  • With the start of the new school year, many teachers and students are seeking new products and technologies to help them through their upcoming academics.
  • There are going to be three parts to the “Back to School with the Class of Web 2.0″ series: part one covering tools; part two covering office applications; and in part three, real cases of Web 2.0 used in classrooms around the world.
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  • Eyespot: Neat site where users can actually create video mixes online and share them with others. You can add up to 100 clips or photos to a movie as well as add transition effects and video effects. Reminds me of videos I had to create back in High School for Graphic Communications class. More on Eyespot.
    • Lisa Griebel
      Come back to this one for ideas!
    Web 2.0 Solutions
    This site has a long list of possible resources you can use to help your Web 2.0 abilities. The links at the bottom provide many opportunities to supplement our own understanding and there is a range of ability levels.
    This site has a long list of possible resources you can use to help your Web 2.0 abilities. The links at the bottom provide many opportunities to supplement our own understanding and there is a range of ability levels.
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