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Dennis O'Connor explores how to teach Copyright and Educational Fair Use.Podcast with Carol Simpson
In this interview we talk frankly about copyright law and identify some practical ways to address copyright in the classroom.QuestionCopyright -- Interviews, Chicago 2006
Karl Fogel interviews people on the street about their understanding of copyright (You Tube video)Investigative Searching
If finding the right content information for a project or paper isn't hard enough, the search usually doesn't end there. Having to track down the citation information for an online source is a necessary requirement of ethical use.Action Zone Lessons in this Kit
A teacher's Guide to using interactive resources, including the Sorting Hat Challenge and MicroModule Companions (citation, copyright and plagiarism).QuickPick: The Four Factors Fair Use Test
The four factors in a nutshell.
Popular MicroModules related to Ethical Use:
The third installment in this series challenges players to detect evidence of plagiarism when students use information found online.Sorting Hat Challenge
This Internet Search Challenge requires finding the owner of the Web site. (timed)Useless Facts Challenge
Find the copyright owner of the original list of useless facts. (timed)MicroModule Companions: Copyright
Tutorial games that complement our MicroModule on Copyright; reinforces techniques used to locate copyright information.MicroModule Companions: Citation
Three different tutorials aimed at creating proper citations.MicroModule Companions: Plagiarism 1
The original plagiarism challenge: can you tell which students are guilty of plagiarism?MicroModule Companions: Plagiarism 2
Part two of this series of tutorial games for improving one's understanding of plagiarism and how to avoid it.Citation Assessment
An online assessment to help identify strengths and weaknesses in finding necessary information for citation.Citation Assessment User Guide
A guide for interpreting the results of the Citation Assessment.Forum: How Do You Teach Ethical Use?
Share your thoughts and suggestions about ethical use, instruction and learning.
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