Educators and learners alike are increasingly involved in creating meaningful projects online. Most projects include visuals, but did you know that images are also intellectual property? Just because an image is on the internet, does not mean that it is free to use. It is still important to ascertain whether that visual information is protected... Continue Reading →

Publishing Student Work: Who owns the copyright?

Who owns the copyright of student work? Should teachers be allowed to publish student work without permission or informed consent? In elementary school, we teach information literacy skills and teach students to properly cite the images and works of others. Creative Commons and the Education Fair Use act allows students to use and cite the... Continue Reading →

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