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  • Curing Copycats
  • Digital citizenship “Informed and participatory citizens whose online behaviours uphold standards for legal, ethical, safe, responsible, respectful use of technology.” (O’Connell, 2012)Image attribution: Join Our Team‘
  • Nine themes of digital citizenship Ribble, M. (2012)• Digital access• Digital commerce• Digital communication• Digital literacy• Digital etiquette• Digital law• Digital rights and responsibilities• Digital health and wellness• Digital security (self-protection)
  • Digital lawImage attribution: Stealing‘
  • Why bother? Children need adults to model and teach them about lawful and ethical behaviour in the 21st Century.Image attribution: Follow Ewe - Follow me...:O)‘
  • Why bother? A breach of copyright could cost our school tens of thousands of dollars.Image attribution:
  • Small steps Recognise and acknowledge the problem/issue Decide to take action as a school Educate staff and students on their legal and ethical responsibilities Equip staff and students with tools to implement legal and ethically correct behaviourImage attribution: These Feet were Made for Walking (Explored)‘
  • Tools: Discover, practice, share, embed Copyright free images sources• Google images advanced search• WPClipart - free clipart @• Utilise the creative commons community @• Encourage students to create their own imagesImage attribution: 2500 Creative Commons Licenses‘ Image: Nico ttp://
  • Tools: Discover, practice, share, embed Image attribution: Showing Teekuhtoo how to use the Web‘ Avoiding plagiarism• Design deep thinking tasks that do not encourage a cut and paste response (SCAN )• Model and explicitly teach correct referencing of sources (citing and bibliography)• Undertake professional development using the online training guide “All my own work” from NSW Board of studies @
  • What will you teach your students? construction.png.html
  • Questions• What are you modelling to your students and what simple changes could you make to improve this?• Do we need to develop a school policy to ensure that the teaching of digital law is embedded in our teaching programs and explicitly taught?• Do we need to hold a parent information session and/or include basic information on our school website?
  • Recommended reading1. Australian copyright council (2010). Australian Copyright Council. Retrieved from Grantham, C. (2009). Plagiarism: taking the lead. Access, 23 (1), 5-8, 12. Retrieved from 0124-4c07-9888-2c4024da6fdc%40sessionmgr12&vid=2&hid=113. Saaab, S. (2009). Copyright: your questions answered . Access, 23 (1), 17-20. Retrieved from 805b-44dd-beef-835b773051e6%40sessionmgr4&vid=2&hid=114. Saab, S. (2010). Copyright basics for teacher librarians. Access, 24 (4),38-43. Retrieved from f0b3-4049-84b0-e7ba5e93e827%40sessionmgr4&vid=2&hid=115. Smart copying -