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Ethical Use of Information Resources

Here are a list of resources that teachers at the elementary level can use to teach their students about how to use information presented on the internet correctly.

Funny but teaches about Plagarism.

This is a cute, short video that teaches kids why they should not steal someone else's work. This video was uploaded to YouTube via Kristina Skywalker on March 28, 2012.

Copyright & Plagiarism for Kids

This is a short video that is straight to the point and expresses why to we have to give credit when it is due and how to do this. This video was uploaded to YouTube via Shannon Bussell on July 5, 2014.

Don't Plagiarizzle - a rap song about plagiarism

This is a short little rap song about plagiarism and what happens if you plagiarize. This video was uploaded to YouTube via Melvil Dewey on June 25, 2014.

What Is Plagiarism?

This is an article about what plagiarism is, what happens if you plagiarize, and how to avoid plagiarism. What I really like about the article is that students can either read or listen to the article.

Dowshen, S. (2014, September 1). What Is Plagiarism? Retrieved November 5, 2015.

The Sad Sad Story of Polly and the Plagiarist

This video teaches about ethical use of using computers and information found on the internet. It was uploaded to YouTube via Abbey Collins on May 29, 2009.

Plagiarism Prevention for Elementary Students

This Prezi presentation was created by Beth Shaw, Paulette Stanich, Kacey Queer, and Charissa Kraus and added to Prezi by Emerson Techy's on June 16, 2010.

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When teaching students about plagiarism, I believe that these are three videos that will help them understand.

Copyright and Fair Use

Explains what copyright and fair use are in a very simplistic way. This video was uploaded to YouTube by Common Sense Education on September 5, 2014.