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Can You Show Netflix in Class? Copyright for Teachers Made Simple


There is no hard-and-fast rule, although some districts may set specific guidelines of their own. And use digital tools to their full potential: Students can do so much more with them than just fill out a worksheet. When it comes to printed materials, like books and magazines, you may want to dive into DonorsChoose, which connects classroom projects with donors. Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines for Teachers This PDF resource was created by Hall Davidson.

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On building learning playlists


Before music went digital, some of us made CD or cassette mixtapes and shared them as gifts. Learning playlists are a thing, and that thing is emerging as a subgenre of digital curation in a variety of flavors. TES Lessons Library. Curation (School Library Monthly).

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Education Technology and 'Fake News'

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It’s also an opportunity – surprise, surprise – for lots of folks to try sell us some sort of “digital literacy” product.). Google launched a “Be Internet Awesome” digital citizenship campaign.

Social and Cultural Literacy Resources for Classrooms

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Digital Civics Toolki t (by the Civic Engagement Research Group): Created by the same researchers behind Deep Dive: Educating for Democracy, this toolkit offers easy-to-implement conversation starters (among other resources) for activating students' passion for civics and democracy.