Understanding copyright : Part 1 of Getting Creative with Copyright Series

We are living in the times where collecting resources for an assignment or project is extremely simple and quick. As a teacher, it becomes extremely important to make your students aware of how to collect resources while not infringing anyone’s copyright. It is also extremely important to follow what you teach yourself. This means you introspect yourself about how you collect resources for your own teaching. You may face situations where you realize that caring about copyrighted material might lead to more effort and time for you and your students, but in those situations you must realize that this will go in long way to make you and your students a responsible digital citizen. While no one might be watching us “stealing” someone’s creative work, it is not the right thing to do. This article is part 1 of “Getting Creative With Copyright Series”.  This article talks about the basics of copyright and explains the associated terms that are used in the context of copyright. Subscribe to get updates on the part 2.

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