What YOU should know about Copyright

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Don’t Forget The Copyright Laws…

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When working together with your students and when they are publishing content (even yourself…), please take care about the copyright, you are not allowed to copy&paste content from Internet and text from books from other persons without their knowledge and their permission…
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When writing a book, creating a presentation for your students and when teaching your students and asking them to make researches (on Internet and on books) you are not allowed to copy and paste from other web sites, nor copy from an existing book, be conscious and responsible about that, please… Respect other authors property… Here below an non exhaustive list of laws in different countries…
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Learn ALSO about the “Creative Commons” [CC]!

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[Start Text from http://www.teachingvillage.org/2012/04/10/copyright-plagiarism-and-digital-literacy-by-sue-lyon-jones/]

What is creative commons?

Creative commons is a system for licensing copyrighted work under a variety of different conditions. Creative commons licensing is widely misunderstood. Some people seem to think that creative commons is the same thing as public domain, but this is not the case, and there are important differences.  If you plan to use work that has been licensed under creative commons, make sure you read the licence attached to it first and comply with the conditions of use, to avoid unintentionally breaching the author’s copyright.

The table below explains the meanings of the symbols used in creative commons licences:

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Teaching about Copyright

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While surfing I came across to “Teaching Copyright“, which I recommend! [Start Text from http://www.teachingcopyright.org/] In five distinct lessons, students are challenged to:

  • Reflect on what they already know about copyright law.
  • See the connection between the history of innovation and the history of copyright law.
  • Learn about fair use, free speech, and the public domain and how those concepts relate to using materials created by others.
  • Experience various stakeholders’ interests and master the principles of fair use through a mock trial.

Teaching Copyright will require your students to think about their role in the online world and provide them with the legal framework they need to make informed choices about their online behavior. [End Text from http://www.teachingcopyright.org/]

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Where can I find FREE of ALL rights photos?

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So here I don’t want at all to talk too much around and I will direct you straight to the resources:
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Useful Links

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More information here: 
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A non-exhaustive list of links of Plagiarism Check:

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