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Resources and Lesson Plans for Teaching and Learning about Copyright

 

Copyright Clearance Center (CCC)(Web Resource) - CCC is your “one-stop shopping” site for managing copyright permissions. The site is well organized and the search interface (which supports some BOOLEAN operators and wildcards) is effective and easy to use. Permissions are organized by type of use (interlibrary loan, e-reserve, course packet, etc.) and are searchable by publication title, publisher name, or standard number (ISSN or ISBN).

 Copyright for kids -

This website is especially for kids.

Go on an interactive adventure.

Take part in all the activities.

Discover what copyright really means. There is a test you can take at the end to see what you really do know! There are six questions with full answers provided on the next page.

Internet Library for Librarians(Web Resource) - Administration and Management: Copyright Issues

BSA Cyber Tree House Videos(Web Resource) - Listen to these hip-hop beats to tell you how to protect creativity and play it safe in cyberspace.

Fun, interactive way to teach kids about copyright:
http://www.richmond.k12.va.us/schools/jones/Copyright%2DKids/

Copyright Clearance Center (CCC)(Web Resource) - CCC is your “one-stop shopping” site for managing copyright permissions. The site is well organized and the search interface (which supports some BOOLEAN operators and wildcards) is effective and easy to use. Permissions are organized by type of use (interlibrary loan, e-reserve, course packet, etc.) and are searchable by publication title, publisher name, or standard number (ISSN or ISBN).

The website WhoIsHostingThis has published

The Ultimate Guide to Copyright and

A Kid's Guide to Internet Downloads

You need real information that you can use to decide what you should and should not download online, and that's what this guide provides.

 

University of Washington Libraries: Copyright Information for Educators
www.lib.washington.edu/help/guides/copyright.html


Copyright for Educators
http://e-skolar.com/docs/media-center/copyright-for-educators.php

'A Values Approach to Copyright': http://www.eddept.wa.edu.au/cmis/eval/curriculum/copyright/copy7.htm

 

 

 

 

 

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Interactive Copyright Questions and Answers from Cyberbee

 

Patents, Trademarks & Copyrights

from National Paralegal College

(Thanks to Alex and Mr Bill for pointing out this resource)

Copyright Specifics - Copyright Applies to Everyone--pamphlet prepared by Missouri School District. Of special note are the sections on audio visual materials such as videos, particularly those taped on air to show in classrooms.

Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia (Web Resource) - The purpose of these guidelines is to provide guidance on the application of fair use principles by educators, scholars and students who develop multimedia projects using portions of copyrighted works under fair use rather than by seeking authorization for non-commercial educational uses.

Surf Report: Copyright Issues for Schools(Web Resource) - Features sites designed to teach kids and teens about copyright, as well as sites to help you navigate copyright issues for your school.

From Pokemon to Picasso: Art Rights and Wrongs
Written by fifth-grade students, this award-winning Thinkquest Junior project discusses copyrights, trademarks, licensing, music copyrights, and counterfeits. It includes pages on how to write letters requesting permission to use images or text on a Web site, how to keep track of permissions, how to find copyright rules on Web sites, and how to acknowledge text and images. http://library.thinkquest.org/J001570/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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