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    1. 1. Have youstolenanythinglately?Respecting the IntellectualProperty Rights of OthersCC Image by Jesse Cale | Flickr - Photo Sharing! : taken from -© Catherine Rigg 2013
    2. 2. • What is copyright?• Why is understanding copyright important?• Teachers and copyright• Creative Commons• Attribution• Creating websites, wikis, blogs• Does everyone agree?• Where to next?Symbol for recommended reading Original image created using Wordle© Catherine Rigg 2013
    3. 3. “Copyright is the legal means by which authors andother creators control the use of their work”(Handbook for Libraries DEC, 2008)Copyright Act 1968Look for the “copyright notice”For example: © Catherine Rigg 2013What is copyright?Sign, Symbol, Arrow, Signs, Symbols - Public domain image 30343 : takenfrom -© Catherine Rigg 2013
    4. 4. Why is understanding copyrightimportant?cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo by In Shaw: Copyright Council – Find an answer© Catherine Rigg 2013
    5. 5. Teachers andCopyrightSmartcopying WebsiteNEALS (National EducationalAccess Licence for Schools)Education LicencesFair Dealingcc image from Pak Lahs Compendium of Flowery Slogans and Quotes: August 2007 :taken from - Educator’s Guide to Copyright, Fair Use,and Creative Commons© Catherine Rigg 2013
    6. 6. • “Share - Remix - Reuse ….Legally!”• Creative Commons Australia• Wikimedia Commons• Flickr Creative CommonsHey Jude Blog - Find Free Images Online© Catherine Rigg 2013
    7. 7. Creative Commons Licence ElementsCreative Commons AustraliaAttribution Noncommercial No Derivative Works Share AlikeBY NC ND SA© Catherine Rigg 2013
    8. 8. AttributionAttribution is simply giving credit to the creator of a workOpenAttribute Extension for Google ChromeCC image: Adventures in copyright | Flickr - Photo Sharing! : taken from - opensourcewayOriginal image by Open Attribute under CC licence© Catherine Rigg 2013
    9. 9. National ProfessionalStandards for Teachers:- Standard 6 – Engage inprofessional learning- Standard 2 – Know thecontent and how to teach itTeachers need tounderstand copyright andthen model best practice tostudentsCreating websites, wikis, blogs…Copyright Live BinderCC image. teachers conference 2011 | Flickr - Photo Sharing! : taken from - sbeez© Catherine Rigg 2013
    10. 10. cc image licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo by dumbonyc:• Stricter copyright enforcement• Abolish copyright – free to all• Copyright for illegal worksWhat are thediffering views onof the concept ofcopyright?Journal of Intellectual Property andCopyright Law © Catherine Rigg 2013
    11. 11. Strategies – Where to next?Developing a whole school policyAdd your comments to the Padlet wall© Catherine Rigg 2013Patterson Lakes Primary SchoolCopyright Policy
    12. 12. Questions to consider…….1. Are there any online copyright infringements at our school thatneed to be addressed?2. As a teacher, how do you feel about sharing your work asCreative Commons?3. How can we begin to address the issue of copyright with ourstudents?CC mage by Trojan (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
    13. 13. CC Image by Jesse Cale | Flickr - Photo Sharing! : taken from -• Copyright is both a legal and amoral issue• Everything on the internet is notfree to be used• Make use of Creative Commons• Look for the CC symbols todetermine the permissionsgiven by the creator for use• Students and copyright – usefullinks belowCopyright KidsCyberbeeTaking the Mystery Out of Copyright © Catherine Rigg 2013
    14. 14. Australian Copyright Council. 2013. Find an Answer. In Australian Copyright Council. Retrieved from Government. (2013). Copyright in a digital era. In Australian Council for the Arts. Retrieved on April 19, 2013 from,_new_media_and_film/copyrightBeazley, Ethan. (n.d.). Jesse Cale. In Flickr Photo Sharing. Retrieved from, Sarina. (2011). teachers conference 2011. In Flickr Photo Sharing. Retrieved from -, Ronnie. (2012, Feb 9). The Educator’s Guide to Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons. In The Edublogger. Retrieved from 2: The Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship. (2007). Digital Citizenship in Schools (pp. 13-37). International Society forTechnology in Education. Retrieved from direct=true&db=ehh&AN=27694670&site=ehost-liveCreative Commons Australia. (2013). Creative Commons Australia. Retrieved from (1996 - 2009, updated 2008). Copyright with Cyberbee. In Adventures of Cyberbee. Retrieved on April 19, 2013 from© Catherine Rigg 2013
    15. 15. In Shaw, Marie. (n.d.). Flickr Photo Sharing. Retrieved from, Celia. (2012). Protecting Artistic Vandalism: Graffiti and Copyright Law. NYU Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law.Retrieved from, P.S. (2012). Design for symbiosis: promoting more harmonious paths for technological innovators and expressive creators in the internetage. Journal of Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law. Retrieved from Copyright Unit. (2013). Smartcopying. Retrieved from, A. (2010) last updated Feb 13, 2011. Copyright [Live Binder]. Retrieved on Apr 19 from Department of School Education. (1996, updated 2008). Handbook for School Libraries. Curriculum K-12 Directorate. Retrievedfrom’Connell, Judy. (n.d.). Find Free Images Online. In Hey Jude: Learning in an online world. Retrieved on April 19 from© Catherine Rigg 2013
    16. 16. Open Attribute. (2013). Creative Commons image retrieved from Attribute Collaboration Team. (2013). OpenAttribute. Retrieved from (n.d.). Adventures in copyright. In Flickr - Photo Sharing!. Retrieved from Lah. (2007). Pak Lahs Compendium of Flowery Slogans and Quotes. Retrieved from Lakes Primary School. (2011). Copyright Policy. Retrieved from (n.d.). Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons. Retrieved from, Symbol, Arrow, Signs, Symbols. (n.d.). Public domain image 30343. Retrieved from, Catherine. (2013) School Copyright Policy. In Padlet. Retrieved on April 22, 2013 from Copyright Society of the USA. (2007). Copyright Kids. Retrieved on April 20, 2013 from (2013). Wikimedia Commons. Retrieved on April 20, 2013 from! Inc. (2013) Flickr Creative Commons. Retrieved on April 20, 2013 from© Catherine Rigg 2013