Webinar Recording – Copyright & Creative Commons for K-12 Educators

Yesterday afternoon I hosted a free webinar titled Copyright & Creative Commons for K-12 Educators. The recording of the webinar is now available to view here on my YouTube channel. The recording is also embedded below. 

Here’s a list of the resources that I included in the webinar:

Lessons from the $9.2 million copyright judgment against Houston ISD

Crash Course Intellectual Property

Measuring Fair Use

Seven Free Tools for Helping Students Cite Their Work

Copyright & Creativity – Lesson Plans

Common Sense Education – Lesson Plans

Read Write Think – The Debate Over Downloading Music – Lesson Plan

C-Span Classroom – The Role of Congress in Music Licensing

US Copyright Office statements on Fair Use

Stanford University Libraries’ Copyright and Fair Use Charts

Kathy Schrock’s Respect for Intellectual Property

Just for fun I’m including this little note: 
There’s a website called Cloud Computin’ that has been stealing my work for years and won’t comply with DMCA take-down requests. Let’s see if they republish this post while completely missing the irony of doing so. I bet they do! Additionally, their hosting service, Name Cheap won’t comply with DMCA take-down notices. 

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