CC Juan Stark




Digital Citizenship for
      Educators
Categories to Cover
• Email Etiquette
• AUP
• Copyright and Fair Use
• Intellectual Property and Creative
  Commons
• Onli...
Email Etiquette




cc Ken Douglas
Email Etiquette
                 •   Use clear and concise subject lines




cc Ken Douglas
Email Etiquette
                 •   Use clear and concise subject lines
                 •   Use proper grammar and spell...
Email Etiquette
                 •   Use clear and concise subject lines
                 •   Use proper grammar and spell...
Email Etiquette
                 •   Use clear and concise subject lines
                 •   Use proper grammar and spell...
Email Etiquette
                 •   Use clear and concise subject lines
                 •   Use proper grammar and spell...
Email Etiquette
                 •   Use clear and concise subject lines
                 •   Use proper grammar and spell...
AUP




      CC Seth Tisue
AUP

•   Access to equipment is
    for school use




                              CC Seth Tisue
AUP

•   Access to equipment is
    for school use

•   Any information stored
    on a school computer is
    subject to ...
AUP

•   Access to equipment is
    for school use

•   Any information stored
    on a school computer is
    subject to ...
Copyright
  Assume that all works are
protected by copyright unless
  specifically told otherwise


                       ...
Fair Use Doctrine




             CC trapac
Fair Use Doctrine
•   for educational use




                          CC trapac
Fair Use Doctrine
•   for educational use

•   must cite




                          CC trapac
Fair Use Doctrine
•   for educational use

•   must cite

•   cannot distribute
    (including posting on
    school websi...
Fair Use Doctrine
•   for educational use

•   must cite

•   cannot distribute
    (including posting on
    school websi...
Fair Use
• Generally Agreed Guidelines
 • 10% or 3 minutes of video
 • 10% or 1000 words of text
 • 10% or 30 seconds of a...
Creative Commons
  http://creativecommons.org




                        CC St. Murse
Creative Commons
            http://creativecommons.org
•   More flexible than Fair Use




                               ...
Creative Commons
            http://creativecommons.org
•   More flexible than Fair Use
•   Not only for education




    ...
Creative Commons
            http://creativecommons.org
•   More flexible than Fair Use
•   Not only for education
•   No p...
Creative Commons
             http://creativecommons.org
•   More flexible than Fair Use
•   Not only for education
•   No ...
Online tools
    (blogs and
   social sites)
Remember that what you post to
    the web is not private!




              ...
Suggested Fair Use
Resources on CHS site
          at
 http://www.pensacolachs.org
   Student Resources>Brent Library>Fair...
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Digital Citizenship for Educators

  1. 1. CC Juan Stark Digital Citizenship for Educators
  2. 2. Categories to Cover • Email Etiquette • AUP • Copyright and Fair Use • Intellectual Property and Creative Commons • Online tools (blogs, social networks, etc)
  3. 3. Email Etiquette cc Ken Douglas
  4. 4. Email Etiquette • Use clear and concise subject lines cc Ken Douglas
  5. 5. Email Etiquette • Use clear and concise subject lines • Use proper grammar and spelling and proofread cc Ken Douglas
  6. 6. Email Etiquette • Use clear and concise subject lines • Use proper grammar and spelling and proofread • Avoid using ALL CAPS, emoticons, or language that may be misconstrued by others cc Ken Douglas
  7. 7. Email Etiquette • Use clear and concise subject lines • Use proper grammar and spelling and proofread • Avoid using ALL CAPS, emoticons, or language that may be misconstrued by others • Remember that your emails are subject to review cc Ken Douglas
  8. 8. Email Etiquette • Use clear and concise subject lines • Use proper grammar and spelling and proofread • Avoid using ALL CAPS, emoticons, or language that may be misconstrued by others • Remember that your emails are subject to review • Use your professional signature cc Ken Douglas
  9. 9. Email Etiquette • Use clear and concise subject lines • Use proper grammar and spelling and proofread • Avoid using ALL CAPS, emoticons, or language that may be misconstrued by others • Remember that your emails are subject to review • Use your professional signature • Respond in a timely manner to all emails (48 hours max, most assume 24 hours) cc Ken Douglas
  10. 10. AUP CC Seth Tisue
  11. 11. AUP • Access to equipment is for school use CC Seth Tisue
  12. 12. AUP • Access to equipment is for school use • Any information stored on a school computer is subject to review CC Seth Tisue
  13. 13. AUP • Access to equipment is for school use • Any information stored on a school computer is subject to review • Security of your account is your responsibility CC Seth Tisue
  14. 14. Copyright Assume that all works are protected by copyright unless specifically told otherwise CC Eduardo Simioni
  15. 15. Fair Use Doctrine CC trapac
  16. 16. Fair Use Doctrine • for educational use CC trapac
  17. 17. Fair Use Doctrine • for educational use • must cite CC trapac
  18. 18. Fair Use Doctrine • for educational use • must cite • cannot distribute (including posting on school website) CC trapac
  19. 19. Fair Use Doctrine • for educational use • must cite • cannot distribute (including posting on school website) • limitation on amount used CC trapac
  20. 20. Fair Use • Generally Agreed Guidelines • 10% or 3 minutes of video • 10% or 1000 words of text • 10% or 30 seconds of audio • 10% or 15 illustrations from a collection • 10% or 2500 cell entries from a database *whichever is less
  21. 21. Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org CC St. Murse
  22. 22. Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org • More flexible than Fair Use CC St. Murse
  23. 23. Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org • More flexible than Fair Use • Not only for education CC St. Murse
  24. 24. Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org • More flexible than Fair Use • Not only for education • No permission needed (citation) CC St. Murse
  25. 25. Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org • More flexible than Fair Use • Not only for education • No permission needed (citation) • Only limits on use are those expressly mentioned by owner: BY - Attribution NC - Noncommercial SA - Sharealike ND - No Derivatives CC St. Murse
  26. 26. Online tools (blogs and social sites) Remember that what you post to the web is not private! http://www.sxc.hu
  27. 27. Suggested Fair Use Resources on CHS site at http://www.pensacolachs.org Student Resources>Brent Library>Fair Use

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