I think that this is such a great visual for my generation. It is so representative of how we rely, and use technology to demonstrate common core values in the classroom. This is great but it also could be our achilles heel, we need to apeal to all types of learners and visual is just one, there are so many more type that must be catered to so that we can be affective.
This was so helpful in understanding the basics of all things copy rights. It gave me the lay out of the who, what, where, when and, why we copy right and respect them when we use others work. The student section was great, it gave me mutliple pieces of evidence and it even had a clip at the begining to the website. I would definately go back as a refresher to copy rights.
Many young upstart teachers are collaborating together with original works as well as with the textbook companies to that they can aquire free documents. They then place these documents on their blog, facebook pages, and their links on twitter so that a vast collection of free knowledge is available to make teachers successful. They produce original lesson plans as well as document to go along with them to assist teacher globally.
The NLA / Meltwater Supreme court case around ‘temporary copying’ begins today. We know that there is often confusion from some quarters as to where the NLA v Meltwater case has reached, what it covers and what the future implications are.
This is a very imortant ruling based on the suppreme courts decision in regaurds to "Temporary Copyrights". It covers the layout of where the court will go and what the decision will do for each side if carried out. This ruling will dictate the direction many outlets represent their information as a result of "Temporary Copyrights".