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Creative Commons Kiwi

Creative Commons Kiwi

Creative Commons Resources for Classroom Teachers Posted by Bill Ferriter on Sunday, 09/08/2013 If your students are using images, video, or music in the final products that they are producing for your class, then it is INCREDIBLY important that you introduce them to the Creative Commons -- an organization that is helping to redefine copyright laws. With a self-described goal to "save the world from failed sharing," the Creative Commons organization has developed a set of licenses that content creators can use when sharing the work. While every Creative Commons license requires that attribution to be given to the original owner of a piece of content, every license also details the ways that content can be used by others WITHOUT having to ask for permission in advance. That makes Creative Commons content perfect for use in classroom projects. #winning Want to know more about the Creative Commons? Sources for Finding Creative Commons Content: Related Radical Reads: What Do YOU Know About the Creative Commons? Anti-Bullying PSA Project

Excellent Video Tutorials for Teachers and Students to Learn about Copyright and Common Sense 1- Creatie Commons Kiwi 2- What is Creative Commons License 3- Creative Commons Copyright friendly content and more 4- Creative Commons Get Creative 5- Generating a creative Common sense license 6- What is copyright ?

Welcome | Teaching Copyright Free ebooks - Project Gutenberg YouTube aggiunge la licenza Creative Commons YouTube aggiunge la licenza Creative Commons YouTube aggiunge la licenza Creative Commons. Ora, quando gli utenti caricano i video, è possibile scegliere di rilasciarli sotto licenza CC BY o di rimanere con la licenza standard “Standard YouTube License”. YouTube ha aggiunto una nuova funzionalità che consente di modificare la licenza dei video passando alla licenza Creative Commons BY, che consente ad altre persone di riutilizzare i video “ma solo se ti danno credito”. Anche YouTube Video Editor contiene una scheda CC, che consente agli utenti di cercare nella libreria video Creative Commons e selezionare un video per la modifica e/o creazione di un remix. Utilizzo Iniziamo collegandoci all’indirizzo youtube.com/editor e selezionando la scheda CC: Ogni video creato prendendo spunto da video pubblicati con licenza CC, avrà dei link simili a quelli in basso. YouTube dice che l’opzione è attiva per ogni utente, è disponibile in fase di upload oppure per modificare i video caricati online.

How to Cite Images on Your Blog When using Copyrighted work with written permission from owner… Used with permission from “name” , URL link to original source and or owner online presence. Ex. When using images licensed under Creative Commons… Image licensed under Creative Commons by “name or username “. Ex. When using an image falling under Public Domain, you are not required to cite the creator/owner of the work. Image from Public Domain by “name”. When using images claiming Fair Use, you have to give full credit to original creator , with name as well as link to original source (ex. Image used, claiming Fair Use. Click to enlarge poster. Related Teaching Students About Using Images off Wikipedia We want our students to start creating... 1. In "Digital Images" Citing an Image is Not Enough! I am thrilled to see so many students creating blog posts and going BEYOND "writing" text made up letters, words, sentences and paragraphs. 1. In "Copyright" So... 7.

otwarte i darmowe zasoby Il diritto d’autore in rete e le licenze Creative Commons Il riuso di contenuti digitali (foto, video, musica) è oggi decisamente comune nel mondo della scuola: insegnanti e alunni producono spesso lavori multimediali ai quali capita di dover aggiungere una fotografia, una colonna sonora, un piccolo video. Di solito, questi materiali aggiuntivi si trovano facilmente sul web, attraverso i motori di ricerca e i siti specializzati (ad esempio Flickr o YouTube) ma anche l’inserimento della canzone dell’autore famoso come colonna sonora di una presentazione o di un video girato a scuola è un’esperienza assai diffusa. Qual è l’atteggiamento di docenti e studenti relativamente ai diritti d’autore di questi contenuti pescati qua e là in rete? Naturalmente, la questione si pone anche per le creazioni originali prodotte all’interno delle scuole o da singoli docenti e studenti: come pubblicarle in modo che siano sempre riconosciuti i diritti degli autori? Una possibile soluzione è rappresentata dalle licenze Creative Commons.

Les droits des auteurs | Internet responsable Page mise à jour le 01 septembre 2011 Faire la distinction entre les différents droits d’auteur, les différentes œuvres et apprendre à faire respecter ses droits lorsque ses créations sont reprises et diffusées sur Internet. Mise au point Faites le point sur le droit d’auteur appliqué à la musique avec 5 animations des Fondamentaux : Écoutez de la musique, oui mais comment ? Une fiche pédagogique est proposée aux enseignants pour chaque vidéo afin de faciliter leur intégration dans les pratiques de classe. Découvrez les animations Cas concrets Je crée des graphismes, des textes pour mon blog personnel et un internaute a utilisé mes créations sans me le demander. Les bonnes questions à se poser Quels sont les droits d’un auteur sur son œuvre ? Présentation Une œuvre de l’esprit en droit français est protégée par le droit d’auteur dès qu’elle est « originale ». Témoignage Conseils En savoir plus… Ressources de référence Le droit d'auteur en France Fiche détaillée Cette ressource est une partie de :

Open Science and Crowd Science: Selected Sites and Resources Open Science and Crowd Science: Selected Sites and Resources Diane (DeDe) Dawson Natural Sciences Liaison Librarian University of Saskatchewan Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canadadiane.dawson@usask.ca Copyright 2012, Diane (DeDe) Dawson. Used with permission. Table of Contents IntroductionOpen ScienceCrowd ScienceMethods and ScopeOpen Science - Definitions and PrinciplesOpen Science - Open Lab Notebooks of Individuals and Lab GroupsOpen Science - BlogsCrowd Science - Projects for Individuals or Small TeamsCrowd Science - Volunteer Distributed Computing ProjectsThe Main SoftwareOrganizationsSelected ProjectsFurther Sources for ProjectsSelected Examples of Collaborative Science Sites for SpecialistsMain Software & Online Tools for Open ScienceOpen Science Conferences and CommunityConferencesFurther Reading/ViewingVideosDeclarations, Reports and White PapersOpen e-BooksSelected Essays, Articles, and InterviewsReferences Introduction Open Science Crowd Science Methods and Scope Open Science - Blogs

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