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Monday, January 6

  1. page Copyright and Creative Commons edited ... Penrose's Patent and the Battle of the Tissue Tiles Sir Roger Penrose sued Kimberly Clark, Ltd…
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    Penrose's Patent and the Battle of the Tissue Tiles Sir Roger Penrose sued Kimberly Clark, Ltd (and won!) when he saw his patented tiling used as a toilet paper pattern
    Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright interactive site from the Library of Congress (plain text version available). Searchable by Common Core and State Standards.
    Two Examples of Copyright Infringement
    A Copyright Tale blog posting by Alec Couros
    Intellectual Property...and Passion blog posting by Diane Cordell

    Tools:
    Choose a License An explanation of the various types of Creative Commons licenses
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Monday, October 28

  1. page Fair Use edited ... Public Domain Sherpa tool to determine whether a specific work is in the public domain Public…
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    Public Domain Sherpa tool to determine whether a specific work is in the public domain
    Public Service Announcement Rubric pdf by ReadWriteThink. Includes Fair Use component
    Summaries of Fair Use Cases list compiled by Stanford University Libraries
    Tool for Supporting the Fair Use Reasoning Process {Tool for reasoning Fair Use.pdf} pdf by Kristin Hokanson & Renee Hobbs, Temple Media Education Lab
    Videos and SlideShares:
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Friday, October 25

  1. page Fair Use edited ... Tools and Resources: 10 Apps for Multimedia Remixing from Edshelf Copyright and Fair Use fo…
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    Tools and Resources:
    10 Apps for Multimedia Remixing from Edshelf
    Copyright and Fair Use for Educators extensive collection of resources from Edutopia, including a video playlist
    Document the Fair-Use Reasoning Process {document the fair use reasoning process.pdf} pdf
    Fair Use Evaluator by Michael Brewer & the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy
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Saturday, October 12

  1. page Plagiarism and Citing edited "Plagiarism: the act of using another person's words or ideas without giving credit to that pe…
    "Plagiarism: the act of using another person's words or ideas without giving credit to that person" -Merriam-Webster
    "Cite: to mention (something) especially as an example or to support an idea or opinion" -Merriam-Webster
    Tools and Resources:
    Plagiarism Brainpop video
    Google Image Search determine whether an image is copyright protected
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  2. page Fair Use edited ... "public domain: works whose intellectual property rights have expired, been forfeited, or…
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    "public domain: works whose intellectual property rights have expired, been forfeited, or are inapplicable." -Wikipedia
    "remix: a variant of an original recording (as of a song) made by rearranging or adding to the original" -Merriam-Webster
    Tools and Resources:
    10 Apps for Multimedia Remixing from Edshelf
    Document the Fair-Use Reasoning Process {document the fair use reasoning process.pdf} pdf
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    Public Service Announcement Rubric pdf by ReadWriteThink. Includes Fair Use component
    Tool for Supporting the Fair Use Reasoning Process {Tool for reasoning Fair Use.pdf} pdf by Kristin Hokanson & Renee Hobbs, Temple Media Education Lab
    Videos and SlideShares:
    A Fair(y) Use Tale
    YouTube Copyright School
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  3. page Copyright and Creative Commons edited ... Copyright Genie Step-by-step guide to help answer copyright questions, by Michael Brewer &…
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    Copyright Genie Step-by-step guide to help answer copyright questions, by Michael Brewer & the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy
    Digital Slider Determining copyright for works published in the United States, by Michael Brewer & the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy
    Videos and SlideShares:
    Copyright, What's Copyright?
    Copyright: Forever Less One Day
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Wednesday, September 25

  1. page Copyright and Creative Commons edited ... Copyright Kids! FAQs and resources concerning copyright and fair use, by the Copyright Society…
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    Copyright Kids! FAQs and resources concerning copyright and fair use, by the Copyright Society of the U.S.A.
    Educator's Guide to Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons explanation, examples, and resources, by Ronnie Burt on The Edublogger
    Penrose's Patent and the Battle of the Tissue Tiles Sir Roger Penrose sued Kimberly Clark, Ltd (and won!) when he saw his patented tiling used as a toilet paper pattern
    Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright interactive site from the Library of Congress (plain text version available). Searchable by Common Core and State Standards.
    Tools:
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  2. page Fair Use edited ... "public domain: works whose intellectual property rights have expired, been forfeited, or…
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    "public domain: works whose intellectual property rights have expired, been forfeited, or are inapplicable." -Wikipedia
    "remix: a variant of an original recording (as of a song) made by rearranging or adding to the original" -Merriam-Webster
    10 Apps for Multimedia Remixing from Edshelf
    Document the Fair-Use Reasoning Process {document the fair use reasoning process.pdf} pdf
    Fair Use Evaluator by Michael Brewer & the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy
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  3. page Copyright-Friendly Resources edited ... Pixabay public domain images Wikimedia Commons images, sounds, videos YouTube Audio Library…
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    Pixabay public domain images
    Wikimedia Commons images, sounds, videos
    YouTube Audio Library royalty-free background music for your videos
    CopyrightFriendly/Creative Commons/Fair Use Lib Guide additional links and resources by Joyce Valenza
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Sunday, September 22

  1. page Fair Use edited ... Document the Fair-Use Reasoning Process {document the fair use reasoning process.pdf} pdf Fa…
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    Document the Fair-Use Reasoning Process {document the fair use reasoning process.pdf} pdf
    Fair Use Evaluator by Michael Brewer & the ALA Office for Information Technology Policy
    Public Domain Sherpa tool to determine whether a specific work is in the public domain
    Public Service Announcement Rubric pdf by ReadWriteThink. Includes Fair Use component
    Tool for Supporting the Fair Use Reasoning Process {Tool for reasoning Fair Use.pdf} pdf by Kristin Hokanson & Renee Hobbs, Temple Media Education Lab
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