iste301
Updated: 6/11/2020
iste301
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  • Hey Jimy! What are you doing?
  • Hey, Lindsey! I am working on my assignment for science. I have to make a website, exlaining the water cycle.
  • Oh no.. Jimy, you do know that you can't just copy and paste pictures, videos, and graphic organizers you find online right??
  • You said what now.....???
  • COPYRIGHT & FAIR USEFOR KIDS
  • Lucky for you, Jimy, I have a presentation that I just created about copyright and fair use online!
  • Copyright and what???
  • EXCEPTION TO COPYRIGHT= FAIR USE
  • Well, for starters, when you create something on the internet, like your website, it is protected by copyright law. Nobody can copy and paste your work without your permission,
  • YOU'RE TELLING ME I CANNOT COPY ANYTHING FROM THE INTERNET??
  • Renee Hobbs from ISTE explains that we need to be able to make fair use judgement by asking a few questions while we research.
  • Fair use means it is okay for a person to reuse something that another person has created, in small amounts and for certain purposes, without breaking the law.
  • Great! So I can use info and media I find online in small parts??
  • IMPORTANT QUESTIONS:1. Am I adding value or re-purposing the material I am trying to use?2. Am I using too much of someone else's work?3. Could my work replace this, or is it meaningful on its own?
  • No problem, Jimy! Copyright&Fair use can be tricky. Make sure you tell your friends!
  • Wow, Lindsey! Thank you for telling me this, so I can avoid breaking copyright law! I have decided to make my own diagram to represent the water cycle.
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