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