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Creative Commons in K-12 Education: Using and Sharing Students' Work Safely | Edutopia

I worked with a teacher at the middle school recently who was concerned about "being legal"in regards to what her students were using in their projects for her class. I am currently assembling a list of resources that have materials that they can use on my "Guide & Tutorials" website for future reference. In the meantime, here is a great article for Edutopia on using Creative Commons in K-12.

Creative Commons in K-12 Education: Using and Sharing Students' Work Safely | Edutopia


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