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Patrick Green

Photo Pin : Free Photos for Your Blog or Website via Creative Commons - 7 views

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    This is a brilliant site for searching for royalty free images to use in your school projects and publications. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Photos+%26+Images
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    Free Photos for Your Blog or Website via Creative Commons
Carl Bogardu

The Clever Sheep: 14 Tools to Teach about Creative Commons - 31 views

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    One of the most powerful, misunderstood and under-utilized tools for teaching 21st century skills, is the Creative Commons. Besides providing access to hundreds of thousands of media works that can be used to augment the creative process, the Creative Commons offers a legitimate way for students to license their own creative works, be they audio, video, text or hybrid products.
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    Blog about 14 tools to teach about Creative Commons
Patrick Green

Welcome | Teaching Copyright - 0 views

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    There's a lot of misinformation out there about legal rights and responsibilities in the digital era. This is especially disconcerting when it comes to information being shared with youth. Kids and teens are bombarded with messages from a myriad of sources that using new technology is high-risk behavior. Downloading music is compared to stealing a bicycle - even though many downloads are lawful. Making videos using short clips from other sources is treated as probably illegal - even though many such videos are also lawful.
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    EFF's curriculum on teaching copyright.
Dean Mantz

Royalty Free Music - 0 views

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    Royalty-free music that one could use for presentations and multi-media projects.
Julie Altmark

Free and legal music downloads - Jamendo - 1 views

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    Free creative commons licensed music for download!
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    A website for creative commons music. Searching for places to send my students to get music. The big problem is that there is no guarantee there won't be profanity in the music. We really need to do something about this!
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    Digital storytelling music site - just be careful, you may want to prescreen and download some yourself as there may be some profanity.
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    a source of free and legal music downloads. The music on Jamendo comes from the artists who upload it themselves. While not all of the music is licensed for re-use, there is a substantial collection of music labeled with a Creative Commons license. As always, before re-using any of the music you download make sure it is labeled for re-use.Applications for EducationJamendo could be a good source of music downloads for students to use in video and podcast projects. Some of the music does come with an "explicit" label so you probably don't want to send young students searching on Jamendo on their own. In that case it would be better for you to build a collection from which students choose.
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