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Copyright

Page history last edited by John Pearce 14 years, 7 months ago

As more and more user created content, (including a large amount of repackaged or "mashed" content) is being placed online considerations of fair usage of this content is becoming increasingly important. Many children are unfamiliar with the notion of copyright as evidenced by the manner in which many perform Google searches on information and/or images and then copy and paste the results into presentations such as PowerPoints or blogs. Mr P's Test Blog has a couple of links with information about copyright specifically written for children.

 

 

Students can freely use under specified conditions, images and other resources under that are licenced under what are known as Creative Commons Licences. Click on the following for Australian based Creative Commons information. Here is a short movie explaining Creative Commons for Kids.

 

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And here is a longer one for older kids

 

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