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2 Responses to Reconsidering boundaries on K12Online Presentation Mirroring

  1. drezac says:

    I just want to say that I though today was great, and it was nice to finally meet you. I hope you don’t mind my enthusiasm. I’m extremely eager right these days, and see such potential for best practices in these tools.

    I was curious if anyone has adopted standards for Creative Commons attribution. I think that it’s fine that you just put the link to the flickr image. Others in my network put the license, the name of the picture taker, the link. Where is all that information going to fit? Plus putting the license on the picture draws focus away from what you want. Don’t you think that this info should be aggregate information- very tiny- out of the way. Create a link, sure. The link will get you to the actual flickr page where all of that name and license info is at.

    Anyhow, I created a poll you were wrapping it up. Don’t know if you saw it, but people actually joined in as you were wrapping up your final presentation. I embedded the poll on my blog.

  2. Wesley Fryer says:

    From what I understand, individuals can specify their own attribution guidance that others need to follow. You are right that in presentations like today, generally I just provide a back link to the image source on Flickr. I do have a page on my blog for attribution guidance, but I’m not sure if anyone is reading it or following it. This is not a legal answer but I think the main idea if someone asks for attribution is that you make a good-faith effort to provide credit, via at least a link and if you can a name too.

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