Intellectual Property, Credit Lines
Handouts (as PDFs unless otherwise indicated)
- Intellectual Property Practice I (for Monday & Tuesday) & Answers
- Intellectual Property Practice II (for Wednesday & Thursday) & Answers
- My Public Domain Web Site
- A-Z Index of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies
- Flickr & Creative Commons
- Flickr & The Commons
- Intellectual Property Quiz next Wednesday or Thursday, To prepare, try the Intellectual Property practices above. You might also read the Intellectual Property section in the course wiki and the section on image credit. Understanding about the different Creative Commons Licences would also be useful. Think carefully about public domain, creative commons, no known restrictions and copyright–what are the differences–what do you need to know to appropriately use material in each of those categories?
- Practice determining the appropriate credit line on images using this set of images, situations and answers.
- Read Translation Technologies and Evaluation of Instructional Materials sections on the ES Wiki for next Monday or Tuesday.
- Selection List: Geocaching/GPSr in the Classroom is due 4:00 Friday October 9
- Selection List: QR Codes and Your EL is due 4:00 Friday October 9
- Selection List: QR Codes in the Classroom is due 4:00 Friday October 9
- Discuss the issues surrounding the use of Flickr in the classroom and methods to address some of the issues.**
- Define and explain the differences between the different Creative Commons Licenses.**
- Define and explain the differences between the following terms: copyright, public domain, creative commons, royalty free, and no known restrictions.**
- Provide specific examples of materials that are likely to be in the public domain.**
- When given a scenario that includes material with a particular Creative Commons license, describe how to comply with that license.**
- When given an image, determine whether using that image would be fair use for the particular instructional material.**
- When given a scenario, determine whether a particular piece of media can be used, the appropriate credit line if it can be used and the appropriate location of the credit line if it can be used.**
Objectives (Selection Lists)
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Last updated October 1, 2015