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Creative commons and intellectual property
Creative commons and intellectual property
Creative commons and intellectual property
Creative commons and intellectual property
Creative commons and intellectual property
Creative commons and intellectual property
Creative commons and intellectual property
Creative commons and intellectual property
Creative commons and intellectual property
Creative commons and intellectual property
Creative commons and intellectual property
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  1. Creative Commons & Intellectual Property Ernie Cox6th Grade Library & Technology Class http://www.flickr.com/photos/carabanderson/3033798968/
  2. Conceptual Lenses -Beliefs/Values/Creativity
  3. Conformity or Creativity? Conformity
  4. Conformity or Creativity? Essential Understanding: Intellectual property of other people must be used legally and ethically. ConformityEssential Understanding:Creative works are the intellectualproperty of the person who createsthe work
  5. Merging two approachesEssential Questions• How do I give credit to the creative work of other people?• How do I want people to use my creative ideas and productions?
  6. “The Challenge is to find a way to marry structure and freedom to create something altogether new” A New Culture of Learning Thomas & Seely Brown
  7. Learning targets• I can identify and explain the creative rights claimed by photographers for a selected collection of pictures• I can create a postcard that promotes reading by selecting a photography with Creative Commons license that fits my project needs.• I can claim my intellectual property rights for an image I have created by assigning Creative Commons license
  8. By MowT
  9. By MowT
  10. Design a Postcardpromoting reading.
  11. • Slide 1 –• Slide 2 –• Pencils - http://www.flickr.com/photos/dvortygirl/2376598010• Paint tubes -http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelcr/2149426298/• Slide 3 – http://www.flickr.com/photos/rosswebsdale/2279483664/• Slide 4 - http://www.flickr.com/photos/rosswebsdale/2279483656/

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