Technology and Innovation in Education

Category Copyright

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA)

Contributing to Social Media in the Context of FIPPA If while working, a teacher posts photos of their vacation on a social networking profile, it is unlikely those photos would be considered to be “in the custody or under the… Continue Reading →

The Broad Landscape of Open Educational Resources

open educational resources Legally reusable, adaptable, and useful educational content is available if you know where and how to look. Resources you make for your own practice may take many forms, and these links are just a little of what… Continue Reading →

Finding Images, Multimedia, and Attribution

To assist you in finding resources that are not copyrighted, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with Creative Commons. Creative Commons is an initiative that provides licensing options that span between copyrighted and public domain. You can learn more about… Continue Reading →

Open Educational Resources & Creative Commons License

The term Open Educational Resources (OER) includes educational content which is shared freely and openly to be used by anyone to adapt/ repurpose/improve under an open copyright licence in order to redistribute and share again The emergence of open educational resources (OER) in higher education is part of the much… Continue Reading →

Creative Commons Search Browser Extension

To facilitate quick access to Creative Commons image resources, you might consider installing the Creative Commons Search Browser Extension. The tool adds a button to your web browser and lets you Search for Creative Commons licensed content, attribute the owner/creator… Continue Reading →

Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons for Educators

Use the link below to access this comprehensive resource on Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons for Educators. From the resources description: It has never been easier to publish online or consume digital content. This comes with many advantages and… Continue Reading →

Copyright & Copyleft

We have been presented with a bimodal thinking when it comes to licensing and access to resources. These are copyrighted and public domain works at each extreme, but Larry Lessig founded Creative Commons licensing to allow people to retain copyright,… Continue Reading →

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