Misconceptions abound among educators regarding copyright inside and outside the classroom. What questions do YOU have about copyright that you’d like answered? Next week, on Tuesday evening, I’ll be connecting with a class at Columbus State University in Ohio via Wimba and discussing copyright issues and questions particularly as they pertain to education. This won’t be an open/public webinar, but I will record the session and share it subsequently as a free podcast.
If you have a question about copyright you’d like answered, please post it to the Google Moderator Series I’ve created on Copyright and Fair Use In Education. Once people have started to post questions there, you should also be able to virtually “vote” for other questions and make this into a crowdsourcing activity. If you don’t want to post a question there, you can also share it on this post as a comment. I’ll try to address submitted questions during the recorded session as well as here on the blog afterward.
Students attending this webinar have been asked to view my ITSC SlideShare/Slidecast “Copyright 101 for Educators” first, to provide background information and hopefully inspire them to ask good questions both before and during the webinar.
You can also find more resources on this topic on my wiki curriculum page “Copyright, Fair Use, Intellectual Property & for Educators.”
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