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ICTI-150: Copyright and Fair Use in the Classroom



Description

Between social media outlets like Instagram, social networks like Facebook and Twitter, video sharing sites like YouTube, and comprehensive search engines like Google, the ability to find, watch, share, reuse and redistribute content is easier than ever before. However, just because you can find it and share it, should you? It is critical to model academic integrity for our students so they will understand and honor usage rights as they move on to higher education or the working world.

Topics include:
  • What is copyright?
  • Why copyright is relevant in the 21st Century Classroom
  • Exploring copyright issues
  • Sharing and modeling copyright best practices for students
  • How to maintain legal and ethical use of resources and materials from other sources

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