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Links 1 through 6 of 6 by Mark Wagner tagged copyright

I haven't watched it yet, but I always have my eye out for more "copyright" resources for educators. This video and the accompanying resources are being promoted by Curriki, an inspiring "open source" curriculum effort. :)

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From the CogDog: "But hey I don’t get this. I made (what I think is) this awesome Firefox Greasemonkey script that adds a full cut and paste code (to Flickr images shared with a creative commons licsense) to provide a fully attributed, captioned link in blog posts."

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I might've linked to this before, but this is the EFF's new copyright curriculum for educators and students. I'll be sharing this in my Internet Safety workshops, administrator workshops, and elsewhere.

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The copyright site for teachers and administrators from Janet English at KOCE, our local PBS station.

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D'Arcy Normal shares his perspective on CC licensing, and gives me reason to consider dropping the ShareAlike condition on my work and requiring attribution only, but I still like the Pay It Forward philosophy.

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Kelly Dumont (I think) tweeted this earlier this week... like Hall Davidson's old workshops on the topic, the article suggests that teachers have a lot more freedom to use copyrighted material than they may think. Professional development is one solution.

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