|Copyright Alliance Education Foundation|
This website is a great resource for teachers. There is a 12 minute video on copyright, a 13 page guide, a short quiz (with answers) and a library of classroom curricula.
|The Educator's Guide to Copyright and Fair Use|
|This is a 5 part series.|
Part 1: Copyrights and Copying Wrongs
Part 2: Is Fair Use a License to Steal?
Part 3: Copyright Law and New Technologies
Part 4: Applying Fair Use to New Technologies
Part 5: District Liability and Teaching Responsibility
This is a link to a website by Renee Hobbs. She is a professor at The School of Communications and Theatre at Temple University. She is considered a leading authority on media literacy education. She has several lesson plans and a slide share presentation on copyright.
|Digital Citizenship and Creative Content|
The Digital Citizenship and Creative Content program is a free, turnkey
instructional program. The goal of their website is to create an awareness of the rights
connected with creative content.
|This is a website geared towards kids. It does a great job of discussing copyright and has a quiz that kids can take to test their understanding of copyright and fair use.|
|U.S. Copyright Office|
|This government website provides a wealth of information on copyright laws. It provides information on how to register work. It has an interactive section for teachers and students called "Taking the Mystery out of Copyright".|
|The Copyright Website|
|This website has information on the basics of copyright, fair use and public domain and it has a copyright registration service.|
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