This podcast is a recording of a presentation I shared at the NCCE 2008 conference in Seattle, Washington, on February 29, 2008. Intellectual property law, Creative Commons licensed media, and the guidelines under which students can legally publish their ideas in a variety of multimedia formats on the OPEN WEB (accessible by anyone) are important issues for ALL teachers. Gone are the days when teachers could reasonably pass off questions about copyright issues to the district technology director: All teachers and instructors, as well as students from middle-elementary grades through college need to have an accurate and functional knowledge of intellectual property issues as they apply to legal media publishing. Fortunately, homegrown media as well as Creative Commons licensed media offer ways to go “around the mountain” of traditional copyright and intellectual property law which previously may have seemed to be an insurmountable obstacle for educators.

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Show Notes:

  1. My presentation wiki including links to referenced resources
  2. Creative Commons
  3. NCCE 2008 website

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  1. […] Podcast235: Copyright, Fair Use, Intellectual Property and Podcasting – NCCE 2008 “This podcast is a recording of a presentation I shared at the NCCE 2008 conference in Seattle, Washington, on February 29, 2008. Intellectual property law, Creative Commons licensed media, and the guidelines under which students can legally publish their ideas in a variety of multimedia formats on the OPEN WEB (accessible by anyone) are important issues for ALL teachers. Gone are the days when teachers could reasonably pass off questions about copyright issues to the district technology director: All teachers and instructors, as well as students from middle-elementary grades through college need to have an accurate and functional knowledge of intellectual property issues as they apply to legal media publishing. Fortunately, homegrown media as well as Creative Commons licensed media offer ways to go “around the mountain” of traditional copyright and intellectual property law which previously may have seemed to be an insurmountable obstacle for educators.” […]

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