Thursday, October 1, 2009

Copyright.....Updates from tweeters at ASLA 2009

The following advice was received via tweets from participants at
Australian School Libraries Bi-Annual Conference 
currently being held in Perth, Australia.

If you're not teaching your teachers and your students about Creative Commons, you should be!

Worksheets available on Creative Commons on the Smartcopying website. Resources also available on Creative Commons website...

Teach students to use Creative Commons resources for digital projects.
Make sure you license generated content so others can use it too!
If you leave it blank, it's copyright and restricted.

Image representing YouTube as depicted in Crun...Image via CrunchBase

Do you read the Terms and Conditions? YouTube and all commercial services have restrictive terms of use that you might not realise.

New information sheet on YouTube at the smartcopying website

Thanks for your tweets: editormum75; cathyoxley; janning and sbrennan
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