The following links come from an exchange among Vermont education/tech folks about copyright and fair use issues.

Elizabeth McCarthy’s diigo list of links on Copyright is a “list of current documents, writings re copyright and fair use in education”.

The resource she finds most useful is NCTE’s Code of Best Practices:

The Vermont Internet Safety Project has a page dealing with Copyright and related legal issues.

Kathy Schrock has a one-page overview of copyright and fair use guidelines for school projects.

Temple University’s Media Education Lab has an extensive collection of free resources that includes information on copyright.


About Sigurd

Moved to rural Vermont in 1998, recently semi-retired. Intellect-oriented person (I spend a lot of time in my mind, have worked to broaden, regularly, the boundaries of what I pay attention to). One of my current interests is Goethe's approach to understanding the structures of the world (Science) and how it is different from Newton's approach. Goethe tried to stay open to what more the world might tell him of its nature, whereas Newton conceived frameworks that them became a window through which nature is viewed and understood.
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