Bernie Delegates’ Protest at the DNC

This is a political post. Please feel free to skip reading this post if politics isn’t your cup of tea! I am not posting this to initiate conversations about one candidate or another. Rather, I am using this experience of mine as a demonstration of the need for critical thinking about the news we watch or read as well as the need to get our news from a variety of sources, including alternative (one of my favorites is The Young Continue reading Bernie Delegates’ Protest at the DNC

ED 654: Collection 3, Intellectual Property

The following items make up my Collection 3. Required Work Is intellectual property a legal right? Collaborate a Little – Included as part of the following Make & Share (see linked shared document within blog post) Make & Share: Group Work Infographic Fair Use in Teaching Why I’m CC-BY My Choice Work Make & Share: Group Work Infographic Make & Share: GotS Directory On Failure: Minecraft Wing It: Spread Openness

Fair Use in Teaching

Here is an example of a lesson/assignment I created that incorporates fair use of copyrighted materials. In order for distance students to be able to explore examples of different print source types, we linked to (where possible) and scanned examples. The first four linked items are actually attachment scans (popular magazines and academic journals). Purpose Despite the fact that it is openly viewable on the web, the scans were made for a purely educational purpose. There is no profit being Continue reading Fair Use in Teaching