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You Can Now Embed Images From Imgur With Automatic Attribution

You Can Now Embed Images From Imgur With Automatic Attribution | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

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Imgur, the wildly-popular photo and GIF-sharing site, has now made it easy to embed the resources they have on blogs and websites, and the embed coded includes automatic attribution.


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Cómo elegir la licencia para crear materiales educativos | Blog de Antonio Omatos

Cómo elegir la licencia para crear materiales educativos | Blog de Antonio Omatos | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

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The best ways to be sure you're legally using online photos

The best ways to be sure you're legally using online photos | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

"For generations, a picture was worth a thousand words. Now, in the social network age, a picture is worth a few hundred likes, some +1's, a handful of retweets, stumbles, tumbles, pins, and shares of all sorts. Oh, and those original thousand words ..."


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3 outils pour créer des images avec des citations

3 outils pour créer des images avec des citations | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

Les images contenant des citations célèbres ont un fort potentiel de diffusion sur le web et les réseaux sociaux. Elles peuvent aussi être imprimées et accrochées sur les murs d'une classe...


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Fidel NAVAMUEL's curator insight, December 6, 2014 11:57 AM

3 outils en ligne pour créer de belles images avec des citations ou du texte....

3wConsult's curator insight, December 7, 2014 1:17 PM

Un tuto simple et très clair... A lire absolument ;)

Visual3d's curator insight, December 8, 2014 3:51 AM

http://outilstice.com/2014/12/3-outils-pour-creer-des-images-avec-des-citations/

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LIBERDADE DE PUBLICAR

A série Comunidade Brasil apresenta 13 episódios temáticos sobre a sociedade da informação brasileira, abordando assuntos como entretenimento, cultura, inclusão…
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Copyright Flowchart: Can I Use It? Yes? No?

Copyright Flowchart: Can I Use It? Yes? No? | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

It is the responsibility of all educators to model good digital citizenship for their students. Especially when it comes to copyright, plagiarism and intellectual property. The waters are murky. No...


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A Cool Flowchart to Teach Students How to Cite and Credit Images ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Cool Flowchart to Teach Students How to Cite and Credit Images ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
A Cool Flowchart to Teach Students How to Cite and Credit Images ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning http://t.co/762uGX1uJu #...

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MOOCs and copyright law

MOOCs and copyright law | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

"Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are still pretty new but more and more universities, platform providers and publishers are beginning to create MOOCs to raise their profile and showcase high-quality materials. But there is a risk that reputations can take a serious hit if materials and data are being used incorrectly, or without permission."


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skiinglibrarian's curator insight, April 19, 2014 5:48 PM

Excellent analysis of the copyright issues that educators need to consider as they  utilise the open online course revolution. There are such opportunities for learning and teaching but TIME needs to be given to ensuring that resources used are attributed appropriately, are legitimate and permissions sought where necessary. Many MOOC platforms are commercial in nature and profit focused (in the long term) so Statutory licences and Educational exceptions are  not applicable.

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Teacher resources for learning about copyright and fair use ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Teacher resources for learning about copyright and fair use ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
"Working with digital media materials implicitly entails a tacit knowledge about the different concepts related to copyright and fair use. I have always insisted through the posts I shared in the "copyright materials for teachers " section here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning on the importance of teaching our students about how to properly credit sources and documents they grab from Internet ..."Ó
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A Cool Flowchart to Teach Students How to Cite and Credit Images ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

A Cool Flowchart to Teach Students How to Cite and Credit Images ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

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OCL4Ed: Free online course on OERs, copyright and Creative Commons

Registrations are now open for the next Open Content Licensing for Educators course in collaboration with the OERu, the UNESCO-COL OER Chair Network and the University of Mississippi. 

Open content licensing for educators (OCL4Ed) is a free micro Open Online Course (mOOC) designed for educators and students who want to learn more about open education resources, copyright, and Creative Commons licenses. 

When: 5 - 19 February 2014.

Where: Online

Cost: Free

Course summary: See http://oeruniversitas.org/oeru-partners/otago-polytechnic/open-content-licensing-for-educators-/


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5 Mthys Vs. Facts About Copyright Infringement on the Internet

5 Mthys Vs. Facts About Copyright Infringement on the Internet | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
Thank you to Larry Ferlazzo for sharing the following Infographic on his blog. by floydworx. Explore more infographics like this one on the web’s largest information design community – Visually. &n...

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Dawn Wright's curator insight, December 31, 2013 5:32 PM

These are commonly held beliefs of students just getting started with online learning/ web design. Gaining a full understanding of copyright law for electronic media is a necessary objective for instructional designers and eLearning professionals. Thank you for this info graphic.

Bookmarking Librarian's curator insight, January 5, 2014 3:07 AM

Copyright infographic

Dawn Wright's curator insight, January 26, 2014 12:49 AM

Confusing subject with many students and professionals. Good infographic.

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Addressing Academic Dishonesty in the Age of Ubiquitous Technology (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE.edu

Addressing Academic Dishonesty in the Age of Ubiquitous Technology (EDUCAUSE Review) | EDUCAUSE.edu | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
Key Takeaways
Technology can help fight cheating that is itself based on technology, especially with tweaking of assignments and assessments in a way that makes it difficult to cheat.
Students should be made aware of resources such as university writing centers and tools such as Endnote.
Training about copyright, plagiarism, and time management can help students succeed without feeling that they have to cut corners.
Relevant codes and policies should be clearly stated in communications such as orientation materials, student handbooks, and course syllabi to establish expectations and reduce confrontations between instructors and students.

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, June 9, 2:52 PM

This Educause review is on point.  Solid common sense advice.

Steve Vaitl's curator insight, June 20, 11:57 AM

For my teaching friends or anyone considering doing writing at a post academic level. What a great resource for information on cutting down the rate of plagiarism. Much of what I see is not intentional but that makes little difference to a protective author, or the legal system.

Glad to see at Kansas City Kansas Community College we are already instituting most of these policies and practices.

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Research: Piracy Increases Literacy and Access to Knowledge | TorrentFreak

Research: Piracy Increases Literacy and Access to Knowledge | TorrentFreak | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

New research published by the African Governance and Development Institute shows that piracy increases literacy and the spread of knowledge.


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Proyecto InfoEDUgrafías: La importancia de citar las fuentes

Proyecto InfoEDUgrafías: La importancia de citar las fuentes | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

Via Ramon Aragon, Silvan Pan Morel
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The Pirate Bay Is The World’s Most Efficient Public Library | Zacqary Xeper | Falkvinge on Infopolicy

The Pirate Bay Is The World’s Most Efficient Public Library  | Zacqary Xeper | Falkvinge on Infopolicy | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

The way media piracy works is that one person or group purchases a work, and then shares it with millions of other people. This supposedly deprives the author or artist of those millions of people’s money. One group has acquired over 50 million media items, and makes each of them available to approximately 20 million people — which must be a tremendous hit to creative professionals’ wallets. This notorious institution is called the New York Public Library.

It begs the question why every author, filmmaker, and musician isn’t up in arms about the New York Public Library’s rampant sharing, while there’s a ton of opposition to the sharing habits of BitTorrent peers who use The Pirate Bay. After all, The Pirate Bay’s community shares significantly less than the New York Public Library: just 1 million items in 2008 (and the collection certainly hasn’t grown 5000% since then). The reason that The Pirate Bay is offensive, and the New York Public Library is not, is because of its efficiency.

Before the New York Public Library can share an item with you, you first need to schlep all the way to 5th Avenue and 42nd Street in Manhattan. Then you have to walk around the massive building to find what you’re looking for. That is, if the item isn’t checked out. See, the New York Public Library has a peculiar system of storing their items: in finite, physical form. If you want to read a book or watch a film, there are only a few copies available. You can take an item home for a limited time (which forces other people to wait until you return it), but only if you live in New York State.

The Pirate Bay, on the other hand, requires you to type in a search term, click on a download button, and wait a little while. There’s no scarcity, no residency requirement, and you can do it from anywhere with Internet access. Significantly more efficient.

Either way, whether you read a library book or a torrented e-book, you no longer have to give the publisher any money. This has historically been okay, because in spite of everything, libraries haven’t killed publishing.

 

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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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christian campos's curator insight, February 15, 8:59 PM

This article shows the simplicity of the pirate bay at its finest. It also goes in dept to explain how media is shared, allowing people to gain it for free. It also compares pirate bay to be the worlds most free public library of free media.

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How to Cite Images on Your Blog

How to Cite Images on Your Blog | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
When using Copyrighted work with written permission from owner... Used with permission from "name" , URL link to original source and or owner online presence. Ex. Used with permission from Silvia T...

Via Filomena Gomes, manueladlramos
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Can I Use This Picture- A New Wonderful Flowchart for Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Can I Use This Picture- A New Wonderful Flowchart for Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

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Marta Torán's curator insight, August 7, 2014 3:55 AM

Sobre imágenes y derechos de copyright

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Public Domain & Creative Commons Content - Finding Public Domain & Creative Commons Images - Research Guides at Harvard Library

Public Domain & Creative Commons Content - Finding Public Domain & Creative Commons Images - Research Guides at Harvard Library | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
This guide will help you find and correctly attribute public domain and Creative Commons images for your project or presentation.

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Joyce Valenza's curator insight, June 3, 2014 10:20 PM

Great list of portals from Harvard Law School

Lisa Norris's curator insight, June 3, 2014 10:36 PM

Post this on your makerspace walls.

teacher1stop.com's curator insight, June 6, 2014 11:36 AM

Thank you for this TERRIFIC resource!!!

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For Teachers: The Difference between Fair Use and Copyright

For Teachers: The Difference between Fair Use and Copyright | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
April 22, 2014
Some of you are still probably not sure about the difference between what constitutes a copyright infringement and fair use. Well the post I have for you today might help illuminate...

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Should Copyright Law Also Cover Hyperlinks?

Should Copyright Law Also Cover Hyperlinks? | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
The U.S. Copyright Office recently proposed a seemingly small addition to copyright law that bears some huge implications. It wants to enable copyright holders to protect unauthorized versions of their work from hyperlinks.
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A Copyright-Friendly Toolkit

A Copyright-Friendly Toolkit | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it
A true digital citizen understands how to ethically use the works of others to build his or her own creative products—music, art, video,...

Via Tom D'Amico (@TDOttawa)
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Mary Jo Davis's curator insight, March 7, 2014 8:41 AM

Great site for learning more about Creative Commons and copyright for all you responsible digital citizens out there...

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Open and Shut?: Guest Post: Charles Oppenheim on who owns the rights to scholarly articles

Open and Shut?: Guest Post: Charles Oppenheim on who owns the rights to scholarly articles | Linguagem Virtual | Scoop.it

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The recent decision by Elsevier to start sending take down notices to sites like Academia.edu, and to individual universities, demanding that they remove self-archived papers from their web sites has sparked a debate about the copyright status of different versions of a scholarly paper. Last week, the Scholarly Communications Officer at Duke University in the US, Kevin Smith, published a blog post challenging a widely held assumption amongst OA advocates that when scholars transfer copyright in their papers they transfer only the final version of the article." ....


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The black, white, and gray of cross linking, reposting, and media rights

Copyright and Content 2011: the black, white, and gray of cross linking, reposting, and media rights session presented on BlogWorld Expo.
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