1. Be Copyright Cool
Education Officer: Digital Learning ResourceLink
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2. What is copyright?
When you create
something you own it.
Copyright is the law that
protects your work.
It means you have
rights to protect your
work if people try to
copy it. cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo by liako:
3. When you create something...
you are the copyright holder.
You don't need to put a copyright symbol on
your work. It is automatically copyrighted to
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by Horia Varlan:
4. If you don't know, assume it is
Someone owns that work!
Just because it is online doesn't mean it's
free to use!
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by whatleydude:
5. Copyright is about creativity
People protect their work because they
make a living from it;
Rather than take someone else's work,
why not create your own?
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by Dell's Official Flickr Page:
6. On an iPad...
It's easy to copy images and download
music to add to your creations.
Make sure you know that you have permission
to use it!
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by Matt Stratton:
7. So where can you find images
or music that you can use?
Lots of places!
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by steren.giannini: http://flickr.com/photos/steren/2732488224/
8. You can use
Creative Commons stuff
Public Domain stuff & Free for Educational
some of these
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by Mr Thinktank:
9. But remember!
Stay safe when searching
online for images, music
and other digital resources.
Know what to do if you come
Always make sure you have
permission before you use
cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by david_shankbone: