All about Copyright

International Copyright documents

Copyright in NSW Government Schools - updated version
Australian Copyright council
Smartcopying The Official Guide to Copyright Issues for Australian Schools and TAFE
UK Copyright service

Online Copyright Quizzes

Intellectual Property Office
Copyright Quiz

Copyright Kids
Copyright with Cyberbee

"Yes you can, conquering copyright confusion"
by Kristin Hokan & Renee Hobbs, Media Education Lab, Temple University, Educon January 2009

"Finally, the end to copyright confusion has arrived"

A Scrapbook on Preventing Plagiarism
Web resources for creating a Multimedia Scrapbook on Preventing Plagiarism
created by Audrey Nay
Sandy Beach Public School

Web 2.0 Rights Project:
Web2Rights is a **JISC** project, funded from 1st November 2007 – 31st March 2009, whose purpose was initially to develop practical, pragmatic and relevant Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and other legal issues toolkits to support the projects funded within the **JISC Users and Innovation Programme** (U&I) in their engagement with next generation technologies.
The Web2Rights team, comprised of lawyers, consultants, learning technologists and pedagogic experts focussed upon the need to address cultural and practical obstacles in engaging with Web2.0, IPR and other legal issues. Working in close collaboration with JISC Legal and focussing upon the specific issues raised by the U&I community of users, they have created a number of resources to address a variety of legal issues which might arise.

Creative Commons

What is Creative Commons?
Creative Commons licenses
Videos and Comics

Other resources

World International Property Organisation: Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights Seventeenth Session, Geneva, November 3 to 7, 2008
Study on Copyright Limitations and Exceptions for Libraries and Archives

Electronic Frontier Foundation - Making knowledge accessible across borders: mandatory minimum international copyright exceptions for education

Cathy Newsome: Fair use and copyright for teachers(American)
Consumers International: Copyright and access to knowledge
Doug Johnson: How we teach copyright (Blue Skunk Blog)
Joyce Valenza: 21st Century Information Fluency Project Copyright and Fair Use
Joyce Valenza: Fair use and transformativeness: It may shake your world School Library Journal April 1, 2008
Joyce Valenza: Fair Use is Your Friend: A new video on making video 19 May 2009

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