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FRIT 7234 - Ethical Use of Information

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Ethical Use of Information Resources for Middle Grade 6-7 Students

A Great Guide on Teaching Students about Digital Footprint | Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

This resource on ethical use of information is about leaving your Digital Footprint. Watch each of the four videos that will introduce and teach you about each time you log on to a website that your leave a mark, a trail of where you have been.

Three Creative Commons Photo Sites You Should Know About | Ed Tech Ideas

This resource on ethical use of information is a website that includes three creative common photo sites. This website can be one of resources where you can look up images and photos for your group video/presentation/infographic. Read about each photo site before you start your search. Each one gives an overview of what is available and how to use the site.

Open Educational Resources & Creative Commons

This resource on ethical use of information is about open educational resources and creative commons. This resource is a slideshow. Go through each slide to learn about open educational resources and creative commons. This will give you a good idea of how and where to search for resources you will use in your video/presentation/infographic. There are links in this slideshow that can be used for your research.

Technology is Loose in the Library & Around the School!!: It's Digital Citizenship Week! 5th Graders Learn To Share T...

This resource on ethical use of information is an infographic on what good digital citizenship looks like. After you have clicked on the link in this list, click on the picture of the infographic and read over these important points of digital citizenship to remember the do's and don'ts of ethical behavior while using technology for classroom assignments.

Copyright & Plagiarism for Kids

This resource on ethical use of information is about copyright and plagiarism. Watch this video to learn about copyright and plagiarism before you start looking for resources of information to use in your video/presentation/infographic.

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This resource on ethical use of information is about copyright laws. When you click on this resource that was saved from twitter, you will need to click on the picture to open the handout to view the whole image. This handout image will help you become more familiar with copyright laws. This is a condensed to the point image that you can refer to as you are searching for your resources to include in your video/presentation/infographic.

Copyright Infographics

This resource on ethical use of information is about copyright, fair use, and creative commons. When you click on this resource there will be other copyright infographics that you can look over but this one is particularly useful because it has so much information condensed into one infographic. As you are searching for resources to use you may want to refer back to this helpful infographic to make sure you are following ethical use of information.

Copyright Infographics

This resource on ethical use of information is about terms, laws and ethics for using copyrighted images. When you click on this resource there will be other copyright infographics that you can look over but this one is particularly useful because it is like a flowchart you can follow to learn about the copyright terms, laws and ethics. As you are searching for your any image resources to use you may want to refer back to this helpful flowchart to make sure the images you are using are within the copyright laws.

Digital footprints Michelle Clark TEDxHollywood

This resource on ethical use of information is about digital footprint. When you log on to the computer you start leaving your footprint. When you start searching for resources be mindful that you are leaving a trail where ever you go on that device. This is just a short video from a teacher's point of view where she gives scenarios and the importance of digital footprint. Please watch before searching for your resources.

5 Ways to Make a Positive Digital Footprint

This resource on ethical use of information is about leaving a positive digital footprint. When you log on to the computer you start leaving your footprint. When you start searching for resources be mindful that you are leaving a trail where ever you go on that device. This is just a short video to watch to learn about what happens when you when you are on any device. Please watch before searching for your resources.

Creative Commons: Copyright-friendly content and more

This resource on ethical use of information is a short presentation designed to introduce the basics of using Creative Commons licensed works. Please watch this short video before starting your research. Learning how to use and where to access Creative Commons will help you to find resources for your video/presentation/infographic so that you can make sure you are within copyright laws.

Copyright and Intellectual Property - Kathy Schrock's Guide to Everything

This resource of ethical use of information is about fair use guidelines for projects. These guidelines are to be used as a reference as you are looking for any resources to use in your group video/presentation/infographic. Please refer to these guidelines before and during your research. When you click on the link to this website there any many other resources available but these guidelines are labeled Schrock: Fair use guidelines for projects under the K-12 Support Links.