Nellen@Denver99 NCTE

Student and Teacher
Use of Online
Communication

SI13 Saturday, Nov 20 4:45-6:00

Copyright and Intellectual Property Issues
in the Cyberclassroom

http://www.tnellen.com/ted/denver/


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Taking a class onto the Internet can be an overwhelming experience for most teachers. So many new challenges await us. Certainly concerns of safety for our students is tantamount. What are the rules of the road? What can a school do to protect itself? What can a teacher do to protect hirself?
Every teacher should keep a journal and have a plan. Safety precautions will make the Internet experience a successful one. Webucation, netiquette, and other cyber terms are changing the landscape for everyone. Keep a map nearby for you and yours.
Telling someone to remember to breathe always seems like silly advice, but along those lines, here are some obvious things to remember. The Internet is interactive, a two way street, pay attention, and play.

Concerns:
US Copyright Office
Copyright
World Intellectual Property Organization
Ethics
Plagiarism
Use free web Resources for access, email, webspace.
ACLU
Evaluation of Internet Resources
Filters
AUP
Permission Slip

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