Legal Issues and Technology
August 28, 2013 § Leave a comment
Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons
As we create our student-generated content, we often appropriate images, sound clips, movies from the Internet. We also upload our creations to Web 2.0 sites like YouTube and share with the worldwide audience. What do you need to know to protect yourself and your creations from copyright laws? What are the best practices? We will look at copyright, fair use, and Creative Commons.
- A Fair(y) Use Tale: A witty video on YouTube that shows the extreme of fair use using Disney movies fairly.
- Copyright and Fair Use: The Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy EducationCreative Commons Search: Find free and legal media to use.
- Creative Commons: How to license your work
- Image: morguefile.com, Public domain images
- Public Domain sounds, Public Domain songs: Public domains sounds and songs
Plagiarism, Cheating and Academic Honesty
- How to cheat
- Teacher parody
- Academic Cheating in the Age of Google
- Plagiarism Checker: Works like Turnitin.com but only better and free!
- Citation Creator: Citation creator generates APA or MLA style citations for you.