Teachers, students, consumers, creators and innovators ... need access to copyrighted material in order to make - or prepare to make - their own contributions to cultural and economic progress.
Kara Clayton is a high school video production educator as well as an instructional technology coach in the South Redford School District. She also serves as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Rhode Island. An award-winning educator, she teaches students to use video as a tool for effective communication and empowerment. Kara presents regularly at state and national media and digital literacy conferences, is a graduate of the inaugural class receiving the Graduate Certificate in Digital Literacy (2014), and holds a Masters Degree in Adult Education with a specialty in Digital Literacy from the University of Rhode Island (2016). She launched Kara Clayton Digital in 2018.