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Exploring Digital Citizenship: Teaching Copyright Issues

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As an educator, you no doubt know the importance of teaching students the importance of being good digital citizens, but sometimes knowing all the "rules" and how to teach them can be a bit tricky - especially when it comes to copyright. In this webinar, Kim Munoz will cover some guidelines to keep in mind when teaching students about copyright issues, including fair use, giving proper credit, and what can be used for educational purposes. We will include some online sites, resources, and lesson plans that can be used as to help you explain copyright issues to students. In addition, we will address Creative Commons resources and licensing.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Wednesday, June 20, 2018 @ 11:00 AM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Citizenship, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: citation, copyright, creative commons, guidelines, licensing, resource, Student Safety and Digital Citizenship, Tools for 21st Century Student Projects, work

Reviews (60)

Very informative information!
Full Member
It was very informative!!
Full Member
Thank you!
Interesting, I never thought about protecting students' information/work via copy rights.
I learned something new about google searching! Good info for 3rd grade and older students.
Full Member
very good!
Basic Member
Excellent information!
Basic Member
Good information
Full Member
Excellent presentation with a very clear description of how teachers can introduce students to the legal issues around copyright in a student-friendly way. Thanks!
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