ICT: APPLYING SOCIAL AND ETHICALPROTOCOLS AND PRACTICESCopyright and Web 2.0• Whenever an image, piece of text, video, etc isadded to the internet copyright is automaticallyattributed.• Before copying and pasting permission must begained.• When you copy and paste, eg images from agoogle image search, you have no idea whetheryou’re breaking the law.• Supplying the web address of where you took itfrom is not enough.
ICT: APPLYING SOCIAL AND ETHICALPROTOCOLS AND PRACTICESGet students to use Google Advanced Search:• Click Advanced Search and scroll to the bottom.The default search is for images that are “notfiltered by license” is everything.• Click that menu option and select from the creativecommons options which appear.
ICT: APPLYING SOCIAL AND ETHICALPROTOCOLS AND PRACTICESAlternative Search Engine• Get students to use search.creativecommons.orgas their search engine.
ICT: APPLYING SOCIAL AND ETHICALPROTOCOLS AND PRACTICESCreative Commons.• Get students to put a Creative Commons Licenseon work they publish (eg on blog).General capabilitieswebsite CreativeCommons license. Thismeans:• Modifications oftheir work is allowedas long as othersshare alike.• Commercial use ofthe work is notallowed.
ICT: APPLYING SOCIAL AND ETHICALPROTOCOLS AND PRACTICESWhen you teach students the above, you arecovering AITSL Professional Teaching Standard 4.5.
ICT: APPLYING SOCIAL AND ETHICALPROTOCOLS AND PRACTICESGo to:• Creative Commons Websitecreativecommons.org.au• Selena Woodward’s Website (source of thisinformation) www.teachertechnologies.com• Selena Woodward’s page on Creative Commons
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