A Baker’s Dozen for Teaching & Learning About Copyright


Copyright in the context of school settings is a topic that is full of nuances that can make it confusing for many teachers and students. For example, some people think that using a picture, text, video, or audio in a school automatically makes it a Fair Use. It doesn’t (at least in the United States).

Misunderstandings about things like Fair Use are fairly common. That’s why I’m always happy to answer questions about copyright as it pertains to school settings and provide resources to help teachers better understand and teach copyright lessons to students. To that end, here are some resources that you can use and share with your colleagues and students to help them better understand copyright, Creative Commons, and Fair Use.

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Natasha M. McKnight

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