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Law and ICT for Vulnerable Learners in FE > JISC Legal > View Detail

Law and ICT for Vulnerable Learners in FE > JISC Legal > View Detail | e-Assessment | Scoop.it

An overview of some key areas to consider in relation to the law and vulnerable learners in further education including data protection, accessibility, e-safety etc. The article provides scenarios and suggested solutions, as well as links to more in-depth guidance on various topics which are pertinent to teaching, learning and assessment and the kinds of tools and materials which might be used for them.

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Creative Commons for Music Educators... how to access and attribute free music or visual media

Want to incorporate music or visual media into your assessments? This Creative Commons booklet provides links to royalty free resources and advice on how to attribute work or license your own work for re-use. (Note: requires Adobe Flash plugin.)

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Creative Commons Licence Compatibility Wizards

Creative Commons Licence Compatibility Wizards | e-Assessment | Scoop.it
Are you interested in mash-ups and re-using other people's content in assessment? Creative Commons licenses give you copyright information up front so you know how you can re-use the content... These Creative Commons Compatibility Wizards can be used to determine the range of Creative Commons licences which are compatible with each other when blending Creative Commons licensed resources to create new Open Educational Resources. Further information can be found at: www.web2rights.com/OERIPRSupport.
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Designing Web 2.0 Student Assessments in Interactive Media studies - 1 June 2011 Webinar

Presenter: Ingrid Richardson (Murdoch University, Australia) Part of the Transforming Assessment series, this webinar explores examples of using web 2.0 participatory media and issues around plagiarism, copyright and ownership when re-mixing and re-using digital content for assessment. (Note: requires Adobe Flash plugin.)

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