Creative Commons
and the Ethical Use
of Internet
Resources
Thomas Galvez
High School Technology Learning Coach
Digital Citizenship
Digital
Citizenship
Balanced
Positive
Responsible
Literate
CC Image by Mason Dan on Flickr
Ethical students give credit where credit is
due. They know how to research for
information
without plagiarizing from the ...
Writing
MLA Citations and Works Cited
Paraphrasing, Summarizing, Quoting
Images
Video
Music
CC Image by Hugo Espinozas on Flickr
Multimedia?
International Society for
Technology in Education
(ISTE)
RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP STANDARD
Students understand human, cultu...
Fair
Use
Exclusive rights given to an
author or creator of an original
work to:
Reproduce the work
Publish the work
Include in film...
Fair Use
Allows for for work to be used by
someone else other than the copyright
holder in context of:
Criticism
Comment
N...
Image licensed from iStock Photo
4 Factors
CC Image by Nedral on Flickr
Purpose Amount
Nature Effect
Purpose
What purpose do you need to use
the material? Education?
Research? Non-Profit?
Transformative (re-purposed)?
Amount
How much of the material is
appropriate to use? This depends
on purpose.
Nature
Factual, non-fiction for
instructional purposes? Likely Fair
Use.
Fictional, highly creative? Not
likely
Fair Use.
...
Effect
Sales, duration, availability,
quantity?
CC Image by Thuy Pham on Flickr
Mash
Up
Mash
Up
CC Image by Thuy Pham on
Flickr
“Hands in the Air”
by Girl Talk
CC Image by Nedral on Flickr
Purpose Amount
Nature Effect
What purpose do you
need to use the
material? Education?
Researc...
What
do
we
teach
students?
Image licensed from iStock Photo
Even Better
Have students use images, songs, or video
available through Creative Commons or Royalty
Free sites
OK (with ca...
“Creative Commons develops, supports, and stewards
legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes
digital creativity, s...
CC Image by Barta IV on Flickr
CC Image by Akshay
Shah on Flickr
Producers
and
Consumers CC Image by Mike Licht on Flickr
CC Image by Barta IV on Flickr
CC Image by Akshay
Shah on Flickr
Producers
The
Licenses
Attribution
Attribution
+
ShareAlike
Attribution
+ NoDerivs
Attribution +
NonCommercial
Attribution +
NonCommercial
+ ShareAlike
Attribution +
NonCommercial
+ NoDerivs
Consumers
CC Image by Mike Licht on Flickr
creativecommons.org
search.creativecommons.org
CC Image by mjmonty on Flickr
Google Images Creative Commons Search
Image from GCF LearnFree
Expect
Require
Assess
Model
CC Image by eVo Photo on Flickr
Resources
Pictures
•http://search.creativecommons.org (Flickr is the best one)
•http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/
•http://...
CC Image by Robert Barney on Flickr
Creative Commons and the Ethical Use of Internet Resources
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Creative Commons and the Ethical Use of Internet Resources
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These are the slides I used for a Tech Talk I did for parents at the American Community School of Abu Dhabi to support our digital citizenship theme "ethical."

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Creative Commons and the Ethical Use of Internet Resources

  1. 1. Creative Commons and the Ethical Use of Internet Resources Thomas Galvez High School Technology Learning Coach
  2. 2. Digital Citizenship
  3. 3. Digital Citizenship Balanced Positive Responsible Literate
  4. 4. CC Image by Mason Dan on Flickr
  5. 5. Ethical students give credit where credit is due. They know how to research for information without plagiarizing from the web.
  6. 6. Writing MLA Citations and Works Cited Paraphrasing, Summarizing, Quoting
  7. 7. Images Video Music CC Image by Hugo Espinozas on Flickr Multimedia?
  8. 8. International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP STANDARD Students understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to information and technology and practice legal and ethical behavior. ASSESSABLE BENCHMARK Students advocate and practice safe, legal, and responsible use of information and technology.
  9. 9. Fair Use
  10. 10. Exclusive rights given to an author or creator of an original work to: Reproduce the work Publish the work Include in film or TV Make an adaptation
  11. 11. Fair Use Allows for for work to be used by someone else other than the copyright holder in context of: Criticism Comment Newsreporting Teaching Scholarship Research
  12. 12. Image licensed from iStock Photo 4 Factors
  13. 13. CC Image by Nedral on Flickr Purpose Amount Nature Effect
  14. 14. Purpose What purpose do you need to use the material? Education? Research? Non-Profit? Transformative (re-purposed)?
  15. 15. Amount How much of the material is appropriate to use? This depends on purpose.
  16. 16. Nature Factual, non-fiction for instructional purposes? Likely Fair Use. Fictional, highly creative? Not likely Fair Use. Published?
  17. 17. Effect Sales, duration, availability, quantity?
  18. 18. CC Image by Thuy Pham on Flickr Mash Up
  19. 19. Mash Up CC Image by Thuy Pham on Flickr “Hands in the Air” by Girl Talk
  20. 20. CC Image by Nedral on Flickr Purpose Amount Nature Effect What purpose do you need to use the material? Education? Research? Non-Profit? Transformative (re- purposed)? How much of the material is appropriate to use? This depends on purpose. Factual, non-fiction for instructional purposes? Likely Fair Use. Fictional, highly creative? Not likely Fair Use. Published? Sales, duration, availability, quantity?
  21. 21. What do we teach students? Image licensed from iStock Photo
  22. 22. Even Better Have students use images, songs, or video available through Creative Commons or Royalty Free sites OK (with caution) Do not allow students to cut and paste images or use music from the internet without giving credit to the source. Best Have students create their own images, music, or video
  23. 23. “Creative Commons develops, supports, and stewards legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation.” Provides “a set of copyright licenses and tools that create a balance inside the traditional ‘all rights reserved’ setting that copyright law creates.” https://creativecommons.org/about/
  24. 24. CC Image by Barta IV on Flickr CC Image by Akshay Shah on Flickr Producers and Consumers CC Image by Mike Licht on Flickr
  25. 25. CC Image by Barta IV on Flickr CC Image by Akshay Shah on Flickr Producers
  26. 26. The Licenses
  27. 27. Attribution
  28. 28. Attribution + ShareAlike
  29. 29. Attribution + NoDerivs
  30. 30. Attribution + NonCommercial
  31. 31. Attribution + NonCommercial + ShareAlike
  32. 32. Attribution + NonCommercial + NoDerivs
  33. 33. Consumers CC Image by Mike Licht on Flickr
  34. 34. creativecommons.org search.creativecommons.org
  35. 35. CC Image by mjmonty on Flickr
  36. 36. Google Images Creative Commons Search
  37. 37. Image from GCF LearnFree
  38. 38. Expect Require Assess
  39. 39. Model CC Image by eVo Photo on Flickr
  40. 40. Resources Pictures •http://search.creativecommons.org (Flickr is the best one) •http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/ •http://www.gettyimages.ae/creativeimages/royaltyfree •Google Image Search Tools Usage Rights Music •http://search.creativecommons.org (Choose Jamendo) •Freemusicarchive.org •dig.ccmixter.org Video •http://search.creativecommons.org (Choose YouTube)
  41. 41. CC Image by Robert Barney on Flickr

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