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How To Flickr: New Tools for Capturing Images

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    • 1. how to flickr
      • new tools for capturing images for teaching and learning
      RECAP Conference May 15, 2008 Jeanne Vilberg Clarion University
    • 2. Brian: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bmelancon/2242856848/sizes/o/
    • 3. It’s About COPYRIGHT
      • Getting Access to Resources
      Barrier Free Access to Resources
    • 4. Top Ten Copyright Myths that Can Hurt You - #5 Retrieved 5/13/08: http://blog.sessions.edu/legal-copyright-trademark/ten-copyright-myths-that-can-hurt-you/
    • 5. Why is it Important?
      • Web 2.0 (Read/Write Web)
      • Digital Natives
    • 6. Share • Remix • Reuse Culture Lawrence Lessig
      • Professor at Stanford Law School
      • Founder of the School's Center for Internet and Society
      • Founder of Creative Commons - December, 2002
      http: //youtube .com/watch? v=TFdcPc-4Ris
    • 7. What is Creative Commons? http://creativecommons.org/about/licenses/
    • 8. How to License Work
      • Descriptions http://creativecommons.org/about/licenses/meet-the-licenses
      • select license options http://creativecommons.org/license/
      • Tutorial on How to Publish http://wiki.creativecommons.org/HOWTO_Publish#Adding_a_license_to_your_existing_website_2
    • 9. Pop Quiz
      • True or False Everything on the Internet is Copyrighted.
      • What has Driven Change in Copyright?
      • What is the Most Restrictive Copyright?
      • What is the Least Restrictive Copyright?
      • Where Can You Copyright Your Work?
    • 10. What are the New Search Tools?
      • Creative Commons
      • FlickrStorm
    • 11. Creative Commons Search
      • Go to Creative commons Search Page http://search.creativecommons.org/
      • Enter a Search Term and Select Options
      • At the Results Window Choose one of the Search Types (Google, Yahoo, Flickr, Blip.TV, OWL, or SpinXpress)
      • Note that You Will See A Reference to Sharing or Creative Commons
    • 12. FlickrStorm Search
      • Go to FlickrStorm Search Page http://www.zoo-m.com/flickr-storm/
      • Enter a Search Term and Select Advanced
      • Select Options and Click on the Search button
      • Select an Image
      • Add it to the Tray
    • 13. FlickrStorm
      • FlickrStorm Example
    • 14. Presentation URL
      • http://my-presentations.pbwiki.com/
      Jeanne Vilberg