Because of the importance and relevance of clear copyright and fair use guidelines for ALL learners “playing with media,” I’ve provided a free, updated version of my chapter on Copyright in the eBook, “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing.” Access it on:

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I hope this chapter helps provide you and your students with clear and accurate guidelines for using media in legal ways in projects. I welcome your feedback on this and all other aspects of the “Playing with Media” book project!

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3 Responses to How to Talk to Your Students About Copyright

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  2. Agnes Lukose says:

    This is a great article.  Thanks so much.  I agree that this needs to be presented to students in many ways.

  3. […] Wes Fryer has graciously reprinted the copyright section of his eBook, Playing with Media on his Moving at the Speed of Creativity blog, in which he offers the Mnemonic “Harry Potter Can Fly” to teach and remember copyright […]

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