Instead of sharing the longer, 6+ minute Creative Commons video “Get Creative” during my “Trends in Higher Education” presentation tomorrow at Rose State College in Midwest City, Oklahoma, I’m planning to share the 2.5 minute (180 second) video, “What is Creative Commons? Wanna Work Together RG Remix.” This video provides a great summary of Creative Commons and why it’s relevant for both educators as well as students.
Do all the learners at your school understand Creative Commons, and utilize Creative Commons media in projects which meet the ISTE National Educational Technology Standards? If not, this video can serve as a good conversation starter about these topics!
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