Copyright & Fair Use for Schools

David Bradford, SDSL Digital Resource Coordinator, and I worked on a document which we hope you will find helpful as you explore the complicated world of copyright. It's linked in my Pearltrees Collection titled (wait for it...) Copyright & Fair Use. This curated collection has lists sorted by general, free-to-use images, free-to-use digital books, and attribution.

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This web course titled Copyright for Educators is a good one for not only librarians but teachers as well. You'll learn about the basics of copyright including fair use for educators. The course is free and self-paced and the time commitment is less than what it reads.

SIDENOTE:
My favorite curation tool, Padlet, has undergone changes in terms of its payment structure so I've been using Pearltrees instead and am liking it. Also, the jury is still out, but I think Pearltrees may be less cumbersome for the end-user - you!  I do, however, still use and like Padlet very much for its message board, quizzing features, and general visual nature.


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