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Digital Storytelling: Another Tool To Add To Your Pedagogy Toolbox - SPS | Distance Learning

Digital Storytelling: Another Tool To Add To Your Pedagogy Toolbox - SPS | Distance Learning | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
Digital Storytelling In Education: Why care? Telling stories allows us to narrate our experiences. When we hear stories, particularly powerful ones, they tend to stick with us (Rossiter, 2002).
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The Hidden Complexity of Attribution, Reverse Image Search

The Hidden Complexity of Attribution, Reverse Image Search | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
It all starts with a tweet. From a friend. This is a clue as to where I am going.
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Creative Commons licenses under scrutiny—what does “noncommercial” mean?

Creative Commons licenses under scrutiny—what does “noncommercial” mean? | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
Commercial v. noncommercial use of CC licenses. Where's the line of demarcation?
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In Uruguay, 14 people convicted for making copies of educational resources - Creative Commons

In Uruguay, 14 people convicted for making copies of educational resources - Creative Commons | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
Last week, 14 people were convicted by an Uruguayan judge for the crime of making copies of educational resources.
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Where Are Quality Instructional Materials for English Language Learners?

Where Are Quality Instructional Materials for English Language Learners? | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
Instructional materials for English Language Learners are often too basic or inadequate for students so teachers have created their own materials, sometimes at
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Court Of Justice Of The EU: The Posting Of A Hyperlink Can Infringe Copyright If Done For Financial Gain - Intellectual Property - European Union

Court Of Justice Of The EU: The Posting Of A Hyperlink Can Infringe Copyright If Done For Financial Gain - Intellectual Property - European Union | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
On 8 September 2016 (C-160/15), the CJEU ruled that the posting of a hyperlink to copyright-protected works located on another website does not constitute copyright infringement when the link poster does not seek financial gain.
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How Stock Photos Can Damage Your Site - WP Mayor

How Stock Photos Can Damage Your Site - WP Mayor | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
When stock photos aren't used correctly they can damage your site. Find out what you've been doing wrong and how to get it right in this post!
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Getty Images Asks Judge to Throw Out $1 Billion Copyright Lawsuit

Getty Images Asks Judge to Throw Out $1 Billion Copyright Lawsuit | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
Getty Images has filed their official response to Carol Highsmith's highly-publicized $1 Billion copyright claim against the company. And the gist of the r
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I Just Made $2500 From A Single Copyright Infringement - And You Can Too - DIY Photography

I Just Made $2500 From A Single Copyright Infringement - And You Can Too - DIY Photography | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
There’s nothing better than receiving an email with a $2500 paycheck attached to it out of the blue. That was my cut of a settlement that Pixsy was able to secure on my behalf from a single unauthorized use of one of my photos.
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YouTube Rolls Out Mobile End Screens: This Week in Social Media : Social Media Examiner

YouTube Rolls Out Mobile End Screens: This Week in Social Media : Social Media Examiner | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
Social media news and developments making social media marketing easier. (YouTube End Screens, Facebook Live Video, Vine Shutting Down)
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Open Access Week 2016, October 24-30

Open Access Week 2016, October 24-30 | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
Open Access Week, a global event now entering its eighth year, is an opportunity for the academic and research community to continue to learn about the potential benefits of Open Access.   What is Open Access?
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YouTube Rolls Out Mobile End Screens: This Week in Social Media : Social Media Examiner

YouTube Rolls Out Mobile End Screens: This Week in Social Media : Social Media Examiner | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
Social media news and developments making social media marketing easier. (YouTube End Screens, Facebook Live Video, Vine Shutting Down)
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Learning Objects in eLearning Environments (SMA)

Learning Objects - Stop Motion (for ETEC510-65A) Credits: Trap Pino Loop by nettiebeatz (available from http://www.looperman.com) References: Learnin
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The Brave New World of Online Learning: Amy Collier at TEDxStanford

Amy Collier works with faculty, instructional designers and doctoral students to explore and design online learning experiences at Stanford. Amy Collier i
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Underselling Open: The Problem with Cost Framing

Underselling Open: The Problem with Cost Framing | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
There seems to be an emerging concern among those who work in open education that we need to be careful not to “oversell” open. I understand the sentiment
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How to Use Stock Photos to Up Your Social Media Game

How to Use Stock Photos to Up Your Social Media Game | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
We've put together the following guide to stock photos to help you reach your marketing goals and stand out from the crowd.
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A Basic Guide to EU Copyright Limitations and Exceptions for Libraries, Educational and Research Establishments - LIBER

A Basic Guide to EU Copyright Limitations and Exceptions for Libraries, Educational and Research Establishments - LIBER | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
Copyright law is complex. That’s why our Copyright Working Group has just published a basic guide to Limitations and Exceptions in EU Copyright Law for Libraries, Educational and Research Establishments.
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Copyright Monopolist Claims Legal, Non-Infringing “Fair Use” Is Like AGGRAVATED RAPE - Falkvinge on Infopolicy

Copyright Monopoly: In a fuming blog article, David Newhoff claims that non-infringing, legal uses of copyrighted works – that is, of people’s own property – are like “aggravated rape” when made without unneeded...
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How to Legally Use Quotations in Your Book - The Book Designer

How to Legally Use Quotations in Your Book - The Book Designer | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
A book or website that relies almost entirely on using quotations written by others can be done, but not without doing a lot of homework.
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Is Photocopying Of Books In The Course Of Imparting Education A Copyright Infringement? - Intellectual Property - India

Is Photocopying Of Books In The Course Of Imparting Education A Copyright Infringement? - Intellectual Property - India | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
International copyright laws uphold the rights of exclusive use and exploitation by the creator/author to the exclusion of the others (except in certain exceptions).
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McDonald's Sued for Copyright Infringement for Using Late Artist Dash Snow's Work

McDonald's Sued for Copyright Infringement for Using Late Artist Dash Snow's Work | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
On the heels of lawsuits filed against fashion brands like Moschino and
Roberto Cavalli for copying the work of graffiti artists, McDonald’s has
been hit with a similar suit.
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'Skittles Photographer' Sues Trump for Copyright Infringement

'Skittles Photographer' Sues Trump for Copyright Infringement | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
The refugee-turned-photographer behind the infamous Skittles photo used by the Trump campaign has filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump, accusing the presid
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The Chilling Tale of Copyright in Online Creative Communities

The Chilling Tale of Copyright in Online Creative Communities | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
This piece originally appeared in an issue of XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students in 2013. Due to the ACM paywall, I am reproducing it here (as allowable under their copyright terms!
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New edition of the seminal guide to copyright issues in online learning

New edition of the seminal guide to copyright issues in online learning | Copyright for TAFE Educators | Scoop.it
Facet Publishing have announced the publication of Copyright and E-learning: A guide for practitioners, 2nd edition Fully up-to-date with recent changes to copyright law throughout the world, Copyright and E-learning has been completely revised by...
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QuickTip #33: Open Education Resources (OER)

QuickTip #33: Open Education Resources (OER) I recently attended a fantastic discussion on Open Education Resources (OER), which forms the basis for thi
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Competency-based Learning and Open Educational Resources

Please join the Community College Consortium for Open Educational Resources (CCCOER) on Tuesday, June 11, 10:00 am (U.S. Pacific time) for a webinar o
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