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Patricia Christian

Tutorials - 3 views

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    Creative Commons Copyright
Gary Bertoia

Creative Commons images and you: a quick guide for image users - 9 views

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    Nice Guide to Creative Commons
Dennis OConnor

Free Pictures - Wylio.com - 9 views

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    Web based tool that allows you to search for and embed Creative Commons photos into your blog.
Jen Hegna

MoodleShare - 0 views

  • MoodleShare is a community of Moodlers sharing their Free Moodle courses, Moodle Sites, and Moodle Units/Lessons. If you want to discuss courses and see even more resources please visit us and create an account.
  • MoodleShare will host your courses for you if you are unable to grant guest access through your school or organization.
    • Jen Hegna
       
      This is an EXCELLENT resource for teachers!
Sally LaPorte

Introduction to copyright, publishing & creative commons - 8 views

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    A slide presentation by Molly Kleinman, U Michigan Library - presents a clear description of Copyright, Publishing, and Creative Commons. 09MLAAnnualTheBeautyKleinman01.pdf (application/pdf Object)
Tracey Stockel

ISKME - Turning Knowledge Into Action - ISKME - 1 views

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    A research institute dedicated to improving the practice of information access and knowledge sharing
Dan Kovach

Creative Commons - 4 views

    • Monique Rogers
       
      This site would be a great place to send my students to learn more about the rights they have to use and share creative works
  • What is Creative Commons? Creative Commons helps you share your knowledge and creativity with the world. Creative Commons develops, supports, and stewards legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation.
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    "Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that increases sharing and improves collaboration. "
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    Creative Commons helps people to share what they have created in an appropriate and legal way. It also makes finding and using creative content legally easier.
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    Copyright permission
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    Allows users to easily incorporate selected copyright notice into materials they create. Helps with questions of copyright but allows information to be used freely. Also has materials others have created and placed in CC.
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    I like this as a way to enter into the conversation about copyright laws and web content. There are a number of "life in the digital world" aspects that we tend to ignore or avoid in education due to their complexities and our own ignorance. This is a great vehicle to take us into that realm of discussion.
Dennis OConnor

Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in Media Literacy Education | Media Education Lab - 0 views

  • The Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education helps educators gain confidence about their rights to use copyrighted materials in developing students' critical thinking and communication skills. 
Tim Scholze

A Fair(y) Use Tale | Stanford Center for Internet and Society - 1 views

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    A humorous review of basic copyright law using Disney video clips. I use this video to introduce my upper school students about copyright law. They recognize and love the Disney clips while still learning about copyright.
Dennis OConnor

ccMixter - Welcome to ccMixter - 0 views

  • ccMixter is a community music site featuring remixes licensed under Creative Commons where you can listen to, sample, mash-up, or interact with music in whatever way you want.
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