Using Content from the Internet Legally and Ethically

Today, people of all ages upload and share content they did not create — breaking copyright laws and crossing ethical boundaries on a daily basis.

We strongly believe that Canadian elementary school teachers have a moral imperative to both learn and teach the legal and ethical ways of using content from the internet.

As a registered participant in  AKGTCanada

WE RESPECTFULLY ASK YOU TO DO THIS.

~  ~  ~  ~  ~

UNDERSTANDING CREATIVE COMMONS

1. Creative Commons for Kids  (2-8)

Video by Nancy Minicozzi


2. Copyright Awareness for Students  (5-8, Adults)  

(i.e. how to AVOID having your school, students, and parents sued)


3. Mayer and Bettle explain using music from the web (4-8)  5:48 min 2006

Screen Shot 2016-11-05 at 9.52.11 AM.png

Protected by Creative Commons 2.0 BY-SA (AU) licence.

Mayer and Bettle explain what Creative Commons is and how it works. A short promotional animation created for Creative Commons Australia and the Queensland University of Technology (QUT).



GIVING PROPER ATTRIBUTION

ATTRIBUTION means giving proper credit to the creator of the content you are sharing or using.

AttributionLong.jpg

Creative Commons License

IMG_6269.jpg

Poison Ivy by C Beach CC: BY-NC-SA 4.0  (International)

[Title of Photo]  +  [Name of Creator]  +  [CC license]

— each item linked, if possible —


Back to Teacher Preparations

BACK to PARTICIPANT MAIN MENU