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Copyright for Educators

Copyright Guidelines for Educators

NC Wiseowl professional resource.

Students' Rights in Copyright 

Good to know information about using and posting student work. (professional)

Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy (video)

Video of Media Literacy Educators  and others explaining Fair Use and what it means for educators.



Copyright for Students

Copyright Guidelines for Students

NC Wiseowl - information for students.




Teaching our Students about Copyright


Copyright with Cyberbee offers links to copyright information, along with an interactive page that answers basic copyright questions. (elementary)

Copyright 101

Explore this site for kids to learn more about copyright laws. There is also an explanation about how you can register your own works and how to get permission to use copyrighted material.

BrainPOP - Copyright (video)

Tim and Mobie explain what a copyright is and how it is used. (elementary, middle)

BrainPOP - Plagiarism (video)

Tim and Mobie explain what it means to plagiarise. Examples of plagiarism are given along with strategies to use to guard against it. (elementary, middle)


 A Fair(y) Use Tale (video)

A review of Fair Use principals.  (elementary, middle, high)

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