Copyright Issues in Schools
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In educating students to be good digital citizens, we must include copyright adherence to our teachings.
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Instructions for Copyright Virtual Professional Development

Welcome to our virtual professional development on copyright. The session should begin with the Copyright Quiz.

 

1. The team leader will read the questions without sharing the answers. Team members will record their answers.

 

2. Each team member will select one of the topics to view. Because most teams have five members, there are five topics to view.

 

3. All team members will review Round Rock ISD's information on copyright.

 

4. Discuss what you read with team members.

What was good information?

What did you already know but need to be reminded of?

What was surprising?

How can your information be applied in your classroom?

Is there anything you need to seek further clarification on?

 

5. Team leader will read the Copyright Quiz questions again, allowing team members to change their responses.

 

6. Team leader will share the correct answers and explanations, and facilitate discussion about them with team members.

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Copy Quiz | Teaching Copyright

Fourteen copyright questions, answers, and explanations.

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YouTube Copyright School Punishes Content Piracy - Cloud Computing - News & Reviews

YouTube Copyright School Punishes Content Piracy - Cloud Computing - News & Reviews | Copyright Issues in Schools | Scoop.it
YouTube opens a Copyright School for content copyright violators. Users watch a 4:39 video and take a brief quiz before uploading additional content.
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Copyright Resources for Schools and Libraries

This page is an annotated bibliography of links to copyright resources for schools and libraries.
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Live From SXSWedu: Copyright in Open Education

Live From SXSWedu: Copyright in Open Education | Copyright Issues in Schools | Scoop.it

"But as teachers begin to use more open online coursework, they also need to learn copyright and fair-use laws. Most teachers don't know just how much they can use, said Georgia Harper, the Scholarly Communications Adviser for the University of Texas at Austin Libraries. Use of any content is subject to its individual terms of use. But if it used in a "transformative" way and the original source is clearly attributed, content can be used for projects like online textbooks and course materials."

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Copyright issues When Using Music in Videos

"In some cases based on hear-say, we as educators instruct them to use only 30 seconds or less of copyrighted music material so as not to infringe on copyright, and this is an issue."

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Round Rock ISD's Copyright Guidelines

From the Office of Library and Media Services

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Copyright for Teachers and Librarians

Developed by Adventure for the American Mind, funded by a grant from the Library of Congress.

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