I had such fun writing my earlier blog on the 5 steps for using copyright material for teaching purposes, that I have decided to continue to live my fantasy of working on Sesame Street by following it up with the ABC of copyright for teaching. So here goes, sing it with me… A is for […]
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Wednesday, July 20th, 2011
(posted on behalf of Jinny Jones) Readings by Ivana Di Carlo (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) Well, it is that time of the year again! The students will be back very shortly and lots of reading will be done. Readings Online is busy working on lists received so far to provide electronic access for students 24/7. While […]
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Lately we’ve received a couple of queries about putting up copyright notices with material so I thought I’d use the blog to make things a little clearer.
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Yep, earlier this year a bunch of students created a smartphone app for citations. Scan the barcode on your book and a citation is sent to you – couldn’t be easier! For more info, check out this article in The Chronicle of Higher Education Happy citing peeps!
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In Chinese philosophy, the number five is associated with five elements Water, Fire, Earth, Wood, and Metal. In numerology, it represents coming to life, invention, vitality, enjoyment, play, creativity. While most people wouldn’t necessarily associate enjoyment and play with copyright, copyright law was created to support invention and creativity. So it is rather fitting that […]
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Jane Dutton’s Distinguished University Professorship Lecture by Corey Seeman (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) Yep that’s right! Semester 2 is on it’s way and with it comes a copyright refresher for you all! In honour of this new teaching period, we’re going to spend July focusing on Copyright & Teaching. Stay tuned over the coming weeks for […]
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