The weeks are flying by. I was hoping to backtrack on a few things this week but Week Six. Copyright, OERs and Creative Commons – 23 Things popped into my inbox and thing 11 is quite timely. Here and there I’ve blogged here about copyright quite a bit, but it is a constantly interesting subject. […]
A while back I was involved in a discussion about copyright on John Connell’s blog, I’ve just had another though about teaching copyright. I occasionally look through the stats for the school website and see were links etc are coming from. today I noticed some connections to youtube and myspace. I followed a couple up […]
Read: Rizzio by Denise Mina, ★★★★☆ short account of the murder. Not too much in the way of backstory, but lots of detail & characters. Fits very well with the painting by Sir William Allan. Featured image: Out of Copyright, National Galleries of Scotland.
The Biggies had a bit of fun thinking about what that would do if they were good or bad rulers. Making graphics with layers, transparency, copyright free images, clip art an their own photos. Good Ruler – Bad Ruler https://t.co/uxmOXAbphR pic.twitter.com/ghtx9LJzW7 — Banton Primary (@Banton_Pr) June 1, 2022
A lot to unpack in this. I was naively optimistic about open sharing (& about knowledge of copyright & licenses spreading).
Quote: “Open education is not a short-term fix to a passing problem—it is a long-term solution to ensuring equitable, inclusive access to effective educational resources and learning opportunities.”
So Good, thanks David. Also, IMO, as much as possible should be accessible…
I’ve often made an end of year posts reviewing my blogging. I though this year I might review my blog reading. These are a few of the sites I’ve enjoyed. The blogs I try not to miss and some I would love to be able to emulate. Cogdog blog. Alan’s blog has been a constant […]
More testing of the script, pretty painless process. Once the html opens in BBEdit I preview and add alt text. Probably should improve script to respect existing alt text. I wonder too about the copyright implications. I see this as a way to point interesting photos and their real homes. Would anyone object to this […]
This is fascinating to me for a couple of reasons: When I tested it I’d forgotten I’d been using duckduckgo.com on all my devices for 4 months, so I could see a view file link. Obviously I’ve not missed google searches. Is it such a bad thing that you have to visit a site to download […]
Bookmarked Teaching Students to Legally Use Images Online | Cult of PedagogyMight be a nice guide to copyright. OPTION 1: MAKE YOUR OWN If students create their own images, then they own the copyright and can use them without having to pay any money or get permission (unless the photos are of someone else…but we’ll […]