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Complexities of Copyright:  Shepard Fairey vs. the AP
 

Complexities of Copyright: Shepard Fairey vs. the AP

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Participants in this workshop will explore three interactive, multimedia learning challenges that clarify the complexities of copyright in the digital age....

Participants in this workshop will explore three interactive, multimedia learning challenges that clarify the complexities of copyright in the digital age.

Throughout these three challenges, images, video, music, websites, and the story of the Obama "Hope" poster are used to illustrate how copyright, fair use, and the Creative Commons licensing system work.

Participants will see copyright issues brought to life through current and relevant media stories, discover how media elements connect to structure a Learning Library challenge, and discuss how they might customize these challenges for more specific learning contexts and goals.

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    Complexities of Copyright:  Shepard Fairey vs. the AP Complexities of Copyright: Shepard Fairey vs. the AP Presentation Transcript

    • Complexities of Copyright
    • Complexities of Copyright share questions about copyright: • what are some (digital) ownership/authorship issues facing educators? • short discussion?
    • Complexities of Copyright share questions about copyright: • what are some (digital) ownership/authorship issues facing educators? • short discussion? try the 3 Learning Library challenges: • split up into small groups or pairs - at least one laptop in each group • each group does one of the 3 challenges for 20-30 minutes (anna floats)
    • Complexities of Copyright share questions about copyright: • what are some (digital) ownership/authorship issues facing educators? • short discussion? try the 3 Learning Library challenges: • split up into small groups or pairs - at least one laptop in each group • each group does one of the 3 challenges for 20-30 minutes (anna floats) debrief: • return to large group • a representative from each challenge describes/summarizes that challenge • review shared questions from earlier
    • collect questions from participants... students have blogs - digital portfolios online - what about copyright? video from youtube as part of challenge on LL, is that okay? copyright? clips from films - 60 second rule? kids want to put pop songs or photos from online into their videos. what about camps that are for profit?
    • Complexities of Copyright share questions about copyright: • what are some (digital) ownership/authorship issues facing educators? • short discussion? try the 3 Learning Library challenges: • split up into small groups or pairs - at least one laptop in each group • each group does one of the 3 challenges for 20-30 minutes (anna floats) debrief: • return to large group • a representative from each challenge describes/summarizes that challenge • review shared questions from earlier
    • Complexities of Copyright share questions about copyright: • what are some (digital) ownership/authorship issues facing educators? • short discussion? try the 3 Learning Library challenges: • split up into small groups or pairs - at least one laptop in each group • each group does one of the 3 challenges for 20-30 minutes (anna floats) debrief: • return to large group • a representative from each challenge describes/summarizes that challenge • review shared questions from earlier
    • Complexities of Copyright share questions about copyright: • what are some (digital) ownership/authorship issues facing educators? • short discussion? try the 3 Learning Library challenges: • split up into small groups or pairs - at least one laptop in each group • each group does one of the 3 challenges for 20-30 minutes (anna floats) debrief: • return to large group • a representative from each challenge describes/summarizes that challenge • review shared questions from earlier
    • hotog rapher artist artist p Mannie Garcia Shepard Fairey Tim Doyle using real media stories to explore complex issues
    • review questions from participants... students have blogs - digital portfolios online - what about copyright? video from youtube as part of challenge on LL, is that okay? copyright? clips from films - 60 second rule? kids want to put pop songs or photos from online into their videos. what about camps that are for profit?
    • avansom@mit.edu