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Webinar: Teaching Copyright and Fair Use to the Remix Generation

Many teachers have been leary of the 1:1 environment because of concern over teaching with copyright and fair use. EdWeb, a great website to use as a personal learning network (PLN), hosted a webinar on "Teaching Copyright and Fair Use to the Remix Generation" with Gail Desler [Technology Integration Specialist at Elk Grove Unified School District, and co-creator of Digital ID] last week and also posted the content online. Here is the webinar description:
Are your students copyright confused? This webinar addresses copyright, fair use, and remix culture, including resources from Common Sense Media and Digital ID for teaching these topics to meet Common Core Standards. Help students harness their rights and responsibilities as creators!
You can now watch the recording of the webinar and then take a quiz and receive a CE certificate. If you aren't an EdWeb member, you can sign up for free to access this webinar and many other awesome resources.

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