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Teaching And Learning In A Digital World (Without Breaking The Law)

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This presentation looks at the many issues surrounding the creation of digital media, and explores the free and open resources available to schools, including Creative Commons and the huge online …

This presentation looks at the many issues surrounding the creation of digital media, and explores the free and open resources available to schools, including Creative Commons and the huge online collections of Open Education Resources. Learn how to find images, audio and other digital resources that are free of traditional copyright restrictions and offer completely legal alternatives for digital publishing and republishing.

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  • @blackninja247 Hi there. It's a really good idea to. We always tell our students to cite their work and acknowledge their sources, so it's just just good manners to do so. Beypnd that however, attribution of the source is a basic requirement of ALL Creative Commons licenses, so yes, you really should be doing it regardless of the intended use of the work. If it's CC, and you use it, you MUST attribute the work to honour the spirit of the license. That's on top of respecting the Commercial Use and ShareAlike or NoDerivs status as well.
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  • Chris

    Great presentation!!

    Just as a newbie to this kinda stuff, does that mean for any ppt that i do for general viewing (not for work/business/money) just for blogging almost, i need to do a reference slide at the end with all website links to all pictures used??
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  • Hi Jen,

    Thanks for the feedback, much appreciated.

    Of course you can use it. Feel free to change and modify it as you see fit. (It is, after all, Creative Commons licensed) ;-)
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  • Chris...thanks for compiling this! I'm sure it took you a while, it is very well designed, I appreciate that! The information is also extremely useful and just the content I was looking for. Do you mind if I use it for some PD with 6th-8th grade teachers on the IT Essential Standard 6.SE.1.1 'Apply ethical behavior (copyright, not plagiarizing, proper netiquette) when using resources.'? Thanks, Jennifer
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  • 1. teaching and learning in a digital world (without breaking the law*) * While I’m very interested in this area, and have tried to learn as much as possible about it... I am NOT a lawyer chris betcher
  • 2. copyright plagiarism intellectual property online identity social networks digital ethics
  • 3. copyright intellectual property
  • 4. you own your ideas
  • 5. when we share, we all benefit
  • 6. not every law is sensible
  • 7. sharing transmits culture
  • 8. borrowing is not stealing
  • 9. “Overprotecting intellectual property is as as harmful as underprotecting it. Creativity is impossible without a rich public domain. Overprotection stifles the the very creative forces it is supposed to nurture... ... Nothing today, likely nothing since we tamed fire, is genuinely new: Culture, like science and technology, grows by accretion, each new creator building on the works of those who came before” Judge Alex Kozinski US Court of Appeals
  • 10. www.law.duke.edu/cspd
  • 11. if you make it, you own it
  • 12. do not use ...without permission
  • 13. www.smartcopying.edu.au
  • 14. there are alternatives
  • 15. all rights some rights public reserved reserved domain
  • 16. www.creativecommons.org
  • 17. free, as in speech free, as in beer
  • 18. Images •Flickr (CC Search) •FlickrCC •FlickrStorm •The Commons •The Open Photo Project •Wikimedia Commons •Google (CC Search) •OpenClipArt •PhotoEverywhere
  • 19. Audio •CC Mixter •Jamendo •SpinXpress •Wikimedia Commons •MusOpen •OpSound •OLPC Sound Archive •SoundClick •The FreeSound Project
  • 20. Text Information •Wikipedia •Wikipedia for Schools •Project Gutenburg •Wikibooks •Wikijunior •Free-Reading •OER Commons •Curriki •Freebase
  • 21. Image: 'An Airbus in downtown Hong Kong' Image: 'An Airbus in downtown Hong Kong' www.flickr.com/photos/29638083@N00/3312316496 www.flickr.com/photos/29638083@N00/3312316496 Image: '#14 - North of Opuwo' Image: 'penelope: the bed, flesh, earth, monologue (female)' www.flickr.com/photos/12754005@N00/458833944 http://www.flickr.com/photos/63697742@N00/139377568 Image: 'african mask' www.flickr.com/photos/54289096@N00/4129604 Image: 'colour pencils' www.flickr.com/photos/29492436@N00/123441803 Image: ''cause if I share it with you, you'll have some too' http://www.flickr.com/photos/74998608@N00/3067514833 Image: 'CC' www.flickr.com/photos/51834351@N00/298169221 Image: 'Pastors Watch PG & R Porn?' www.flickr.com/photos/61593595@N00/2182531336 chris betcher Image: 'Three of my best friends' www.flickr.com/photos/66831055@N00/355228874 Image: 'More photos than you can shake a+stick+at' www.flickr.com/photos/53611153@N00/2337887067 wiki.betcher.org Image: '1/4" inputs, inserts, & outputs' chris@betcher.org www.flickr.com/photos/46861107@N00/212276640