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Reading Fluency with Explain Everything

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Book photo credit: Creative Commons. There’s so much more to a book than just the reading. Maurice Sendak. We are 35 days into this school year and several of my students are reading. They are excited when they find words and phrases they know in books and in environmental print. They love to share with anyone who will listen words or books they can read. Even at age 5, my students see the treasure that is unlocked when one can read.

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Teacher Created Texts in Book Creator

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You can get many images from Creative Commons free. Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.-Benjamin Benjamin Franklin. Writer…this is not an adjective I would use to describe myself, but is something I sure am doing a lot of these days.

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Visionary Leadership and iPads

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Image courtesy of Creative Commons. They made lists, their minds full of next steps…they started creating a common vision. “The most pathetic person in the world is someone who has sight, but has no vision.”-Helen Helen Keller. I’ve spent the last 24 hours with Apple and the schools chosen for the ConnectEd initiative. It was inspiring to watch these very deserving educators receive Apple technology and professional development at this kickoff event.

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Showing #OpenGratitude for: Creative Commons

Iterating Toward Openness

Today I’m going to focus on Creative Commons. From their website: Creative Commons develops, supports, and stewards legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation. Creative Commons provides the open licenses at the foundation of our efforts to share educational materials freely, legally, and globally. Share some love for Creative Commons in the comments below.

Creative Commons: So much easier to access

NeverEndingSearch

Creative Commons recently released a new Chrome extension (also available for Mozilla and Opera ) that makes it easier than ever to discover Creative Commons-licensed images on the fly, using the updated CC Search released last year. Creative Commons pop-up search box.

Launching the Creative Commons Certificate (Beta)

Iterating Toward Openness

We began work on the Creative Commons Certificates two years ago. This morning, two years later, we kicked off the first official beta offering of the certification courses – a 25 person cohort in the Creative Commons Certificate for Educators course and another 25 person cohort in the Creative Commons Certificate for Librarians course.

10 illustrations that show why Google SafeSearch should be used with Creative Commons

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Enter Creative Commons , a non profit organization that advocates for the legal sharing of digital content by filtering image searches on the browser once enabled. To see how the image search results differ between pure SafeSearch and SafeSearch with the Creative Commons filter, we looked at hundreds of side-by-side comparisons of Google image searches and picked just a few of the results to show here, separated by category.

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Spin Xpress: Search for Creative Commons Images

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

It''s never too early to start teaching students about copyright, fair use and Creative Commons. Teacher Tools A Shared Culture, by Justin J4000 Learn more at CreativeCommons.org Sharing Creative Works: An Illustrated (and Narrated) Primer, by Ben McKorkle Discover more cool tools for searching on GettingSmart.com 10 Free Tools for Everyday Research.

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New Creative Commons image search in beta

NeverEndingSearch

I am a little late to the table in discovering Creative Commons’ new search tool. Creative Commons , of course, offers alternate copyright licenses that allow creators to decide how and if they want their work to be attributed, used and remixed. Creative Commons has long offered a search page that gathered some of the major portals as well as a search box for the Firefox browser. creative commons images search tools searching search

Using Google To Find Creative Commons Pics

My Paperless Classroom

Using Google To Find Creative Commons Pics It can be tricky to find images you are ALLOWED to use online. This video is a quick walk though of google advanced image search. By the end of the video you should know how to filter your image search by usage rights. Digital media creation

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Flickr Creative Commons site bug fixed

Bryan Alexander

Their Creative Commons images Explore site , a gateway to the millions of photos published under a set of CC licenses, is now functioning correctly once more. First, the Flickr Creative Commons licensed image pool is a tremendous resource. Good news: Flickr fixed that weird problem we spotted yesterday. Check out those numbers, too! Attribution License: 63,307,001 photos. Attribution-NoDerivs: 17,964,458 photos. Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs: 85,391,471 photos.

4 reasons to use Creative Commons

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In the social media age, sharing and repurposing are common place. This raises a number of tensions around creativity, intellectual property and copyright. Creative Commons (CC) is a copyright management system that goes a long way to addressing these issues. Creative Commons licences can enable teachers everywhere to access content and share their ideas freely.

Creative Commons Images from Google into MSWord

My Paperless Classroom

There will be many time when you want to find an image from the Internet, and save it to a word document. It might be for an assignment, to make a flyer, or to create a newspaper with your friends. Whenever you are using an image from the internet you want to make sure you have permission to use the image. If you took the image or you know the person who took the image, and they say it is ok to use the image in your work your are covered, just be sure to give them credit.

Search for and download properly attributed, Creative Commons photos your school projects using Photos for Class from @StoryboardThat

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Jeff sits down with Aaron Sherman to discuss the brand new Photos for Class and learn how students can have access to millions of creative commons photos for their projects. Jeff sits down with Aaron Sherman to discuss the brand new Photos for Class and learn how students can have access to millions of creative commons photos for their projects.

A Handy Visual Featuring The 6 Types of Creative Commons Licences Students Should Know about

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

February 8, 2017 The concept of Creative Commons was introduced to help enhance creative and free exchange of scholarship in a collaborative knowledge-based economy. creative commons my freebiesInstead of chaining their work.read more.

What Is Creative Commons and Why Does It Matter?

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One set of tools, known as Creative Commons licenses , can help address some of these challenges, while also enriching the teaching process and empowering learners of all ages. What are Creative Commons licenses? Creative Commons licenses are free copyright licenses that creators can use to indicate how they'd like their work to be used. "Creative Commons 10th Birthday Celebration San Francisco" Author?

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What happened to millions of Creative Commons-licensed photos in Flickr?

Bryan Alexander

Specifically, their page listing photos published under Creative Commons licenses now shows far, far fewer of them. We can look just for images uploaded under the Creative Commons license suite (which everyone should know about; here’s a starter ). UPDATE: looks like a bug. Scroll down for more. Something weird and potentially bad just happened to the Flickr photo-sharing site.

17 Web Tools and Apps to Create Interactive Video Lessons and Quizzes

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Effective Technology Integration Events Holidays 2017 Digital Calendar attribution creative commons creativity pbl project resources“Videos provide greater engagement than text or images for the simple reason that it combines audio, video and text.” ” – Amit Garg. YouTube is one of the most popular social networks, because students love learning by video.

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How to get and use free images the RIGHT way in class

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Ed Tech creative commons edtech educational technology images photography photos visual learningImages can bring presentations, reports and other student work to life. Students should learn to use images responsibly. Here’s what you need to know to help them.Creating posters has been a staple of so many classrooms of different ages. Usually, it entails gathering some important supplies before starting -- posterboard, glue, markers, etc. Many teachers will […].

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School of Open: Copyright & Creative Commons for Educators Courses Now Open for Sign-Up

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By Jane Park, Project Manager, Creative Commons. Creative Commons for K-12 Educators. The School of Open is a global community of volunteers focused on providing free education opportunities on the meaning, application, and impact of “openness” in the digital age and its benefit to creative endeavors, education, research, and more. Creative Commons Educator Innovator Blog course creative commons fair use OER p2pU school of open

Remix the Work of Others Responsibly #EdtechMissions Chat Archive

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Taking the content of others and building upon it is one way to inspire creativity. Our students already do this and we need to support them in proper attribution and learning about Creative Commons. Mission 4 in my book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions introduces students to attribution and Creative Commons (CC). It’s rare to come up with a new idea.

What Is Creative Commons and Why Does It Matter?

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One set of tools, known as Creative Commons licenses , can help address some of these challenges, while also enriching the teaching process and empowering learners of all ages. What are Creative Commons licenses? Creative Commons licenses are free copyright licenses that creators can use to indicate how they'd like their work to be used. "Creative Commons 10th Birthday Celebration San Francisco" Author?

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6 new free Google tools to upgrade your classroom

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When my students and I work with Google Apps, there are two common struggles that we face: 1. When we add Creative Commons images to our work, adding accurate attribution can be tricky. Ed Tech creative commons edtech educational technology gafe google google apps for education google maps Options for slide templates are scarce (and the ones in Google’s directory aren’t very good).

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14 copyright essentials teachers and students must know

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Ed Tech copyright creative commons edtech educational technology licensing media public domain video youtubeStudents and teachers toe a very fuzzy ethical line every day — many without even realizing it. Some end up on the safe side of the line, but others cross the line and cross ethical boundaries — and sometimes costly legal ones. That line is the copyright line, deciding how teachers and students can respect [.].

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Creative Commons, Copyrights, and Google Images

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Where are the lines and boundaries for copyright , Fair Use , and Creative Commons ? Creative Commons There is an answer, it''s called Creative Commons. Dare I share that I hadn''t heard of Creative Commons prior to the Edublog Teacher Challenge ? Types of Creative Commons Licenses There are a few different Creative Commons licenses. How do I know if the images are under Creative Commons?

How to get and use free images the RIGHT way in class

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Ed Tech creative commons edtech educational technology images photography photos visual learningCreating posters has been a staple of so many classrooms of different ages. Usually, it entails gathering some important supplies before starting — posterboard, glue, markers, etc. Many teachers will round up old magazines, too, letting students cut and attach images that illustrate their topics. The digital age has opened classrooms up to a [.].

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10 ways YouTube can engage your classes now

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Ed Tech creative commons creator studio video manager video projects videos youtube youtube create app YouTube is a behemoth. Each month, more than 1 billion unique users visit the site to view 6 billion hours of video per month. It’s the second-largest search engine in the world, bigger than Bing, Yahoo!, Ask and AOL combined. It’s not out there just for watching practical jokes, how-to’s on renovating your house or ridiculous [.].

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Interview with André Spang, @Tastenspieler: Remix the Textbook!

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Byte-Sized Potential Effective Technology Integration Andre Spang creative commons digital textbooks ebooks edtechmissions interview mission based learning Mission minded learning remixEach mission in my new book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions in Your Classroom , shares an example of the Mission in Action by a teacher I admire.

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Startup Founders Need to Refresh Their Skills Regularly

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The Startup Blog audio stories bootstrap Creative Commons Curriculum entrepreneur lean startup lesson plans Listenwise media literacy NPR startupAs a company grows, startup leaders need work hard to stay in touch with the inner workings of their product. The post Startup Founders Need to Refresh Their Skills Regularly appeared first on Market Brief.

Remix It! 27 Resources for Finding Free Digital Content to Use for Digital Learning

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Remixing the work of others sparks innovation and spurs creativity. This is why Mission 4 in my new book, Hacking Digital Learning Strategies: 10 Ways to Launch EdTech Missions introduces students to attribution and Creative Commons (CC). Creative Commons and Copyright for Digital Learners. Creative Commons and Copyright for Digital Learners from Shelly Sanchez Terrell. Creative Commons Licensed Content.

Learning Revolution - Week's Free Events - Homeschool+ Conference - Mathbreakers - Creative Commons - Gender in Gaming

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Our free, easy-to-use copyright licenses provide a simple, standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work — on conditions of your choice. Creative Commons licenses are not an alternative to copyright. Wednesday, June 18th at 10am in State College, PA Common Sense Media: A Healthy Digital Media Diet for Children Ages 0-8 , Join Common Sense Media to learn about the new early childhood media toolkit for caregivers and families.

Must-See Creative Commons Visuals Infographic

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Pinned it and embedded it in our Copyright and Creative Commons LibGuide. creative commons infographics visuals Just found this fantastic infographic, courtesy of a Mashable article. This is nitty-gritty must-have information for serious researchers! Source: mashable.com via Linda on Pinterest (??? ? ) @mauilibrarian2 This post was originally published at mauilibrarian2 in Olinda.

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Remix attributions

K12 Open Ed

” ( Creative Commons ). No Creative Commons license on the composite image. Uncategorized creative commons remixI think attributing borrowed work is important, and I see a lot of remixes that don’t include attributions to the borrowed work. Instead they attribute only the remixer/compiler.

Spark Creativity! Remix! 15+ Resources

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Following the presentation, are tips and resources to help you teach your learners about creative commons and the public domain. Creative Commons for the Remix Generation from Shelly Sanchez Terrell. They outline these details in a Creative Commons (CC) license. Teach your students about Creative Commons with these videos and this infographic. Find CC licensed images and video clips on Flickr and Wikimedia Commons.

Granularity

K12 Open Ed

There are many projects that have created amazing content and licensed it under a Creative Commons license. Something both these categories of content have in common is a very small level of granularity. Uncategorized creative commons OER open remixCredit: gurmit singh. I am often prompted to reflect on why people don’t borrow and remix high quality, open licensed educational content more often than they do.