Loaned to Computer Science Fundamentals by the team over at Copyright and Creativity, this lesson exists to help students understand the challenges and beneﬁts of respecting ownership and copyright, particularly in digital environments. Students should be encouraged to respect artists’ rights as an important part of being an ethical digital citizen.
Google Scholar Citations provide a simple way for students to keep track of citations to their articles. When students are using Google Docs to write their papers, they can easily link and cite the articles used for references.
Zoterobib also known as Zbib is a free online tool that helps you cite anything from any device. Students are able to copy and paste a title or a book, website, photo, etc and Zbib will easily cite the source. Students can then copy and paste the bibliography into their work.
This resource was developed to help educators better understand collections and remixes from Creative Commons.
This informational Powtoon video was developed to teacher educators the basics of copyright for the Creative Commons Certificate course and is licensed as CC-BY.
Students will be directed to an informational article and/or video on different content areas & will be asked to use a note-taking chart to give credit for the author’s work & to restate in their own words.
I use this with upper elementary students to have relevant examples of how plagiarism is happening in current times and we discuss the lawsuits that came from the copies.
This presentation created by Martha S. Levey will introduce districts and school staff to copyright and fair use guidelines. It includes why we need copyright, what it is, and how to protect your work.
Many educators are using Remote Learning to educate their students. Educators are creating amazing, creative and meaningful instructional opportunities, but they need to be aware of copyright laws. This short video introduces a small amount about copyright and offers educators tools to help them license their own work and find openly licensed work as well. - Licensing = CC-BY-SA