Media literacy is the process of asking questions about what you watch, see, listen to and read.
Understand how copyright and fair use supports digital learning
MARCH 20, 2017. Copyright Train-the-Trainers Workshop at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
SEPTEMBER 30, 2016. Copyright Train-the-Trainers Workshop at Montclair State University in collabotation with the ADP Center for Learning Technologies and the School of Communication and Media.
Order your copy of Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning today!
Scholarly publication: Lessons in Copyright Activism: K-12 Education and the DMCA 1201 Exemption Rulemaking Process
SPRING 2016. Learn about the U.S. Copyright Office's decision in response to our petition to enable learners and teachers in and out schools to rip DVD videos for teaching and learning with digital media.
Contact Renee Hobbs to bring a Copyright Clarity workshop to your community. See some of the places where Renee and her colleagues have offered workshops, keynote addresses and seminars on the topic of copyright and fair use. Read an evaluation report to learn why our program is such an effective approach to staff development.
LEARN MORE. These materials are designed to support and extend the key ideas presented in the book:
- A free MOOC on copyright clarity, from the Canvas Network : See the videos from the course
- PPT SLIDES: Offering a Staff Development Program on Copyright and Fair Use
- LESSON PLANS: Teaching About Copyright and Fair Use