Copyright: keep it legal

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About. Learning outcomes
Course schedule
Introduction
Introducing ourselves
Copyright – how to stay within the law
Creative Commons
Planning a search for material
Finding material
Reflection
Shared learning
Evaluation and certification
References

Pedagogical content. This course looks at ICT(i) in the important e-skills(topic) context of finding digital resources to legally use in your work, including any related copyright(topic) issues. It is suitable for practitioners working in Primary and Secondary schools. (edit)

Resource details
Title Copyright: keep it legal
Topic E-skills,  Copyright
Learning Objectives

Professional and reflective practitioner skills At the completion of this course, students should be able to:

  • Identify the copyright status of resources they have found on the web,
  • Advise colleagues about locating and using online resources legally,
  • Remain within copyright law in the future,
  • Incorporate skills for finding and using online resources legally with learners into their school and subject contexts as appropriate

Practical skills At the completion of this course, they should be able to:

  • Find resources that they can use legally in your own work (for example, on a Creative Commons licence),

Knowledge and understanding At the completion of this course, students should be able to demonstrate:

  • an understanding of the rights and responsibilities around re-using third party materials found on the web

Cognitive skills At the completion of this course, students should be able to:

  • make judgements about the legality of using web-based resources.
Subject
Age of students / grade

KS4,  KS1,  KS3,  KS2,  Secondary,  Primary,  Higher,  KS5



Files and resources to view and download

http://www.vital.ac.uk/community/mod/oucontent/view.php?id=5551 Users must register with the VITAL website (free registration) before they can access the resource.

An edited version of this file is available here