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Copyright Clarity in Virginia Beach
On August 11 - 12, Spiro Bolos, New Trier High School (IL) technology/social studies teacher and an Affiliated Faculty of the Media Education Lab at Temple University brought COPYRIGHT CLARITY to 90 K-12 technology educators in Virginia Beach, VA. Scroll down to see the slides he used in his presentation. Earlier this summer, Kristin Hokanson, a technology teacher at Upper Merion High School in King of Prussa (PA), worked with school library media specialists in this same school district under the auspices of the Media Education Lab.
We have assembled a team of dynamic presenters who are able to bring COPYRIGHT CLARITY to your school district. Here's some of the feedback we received about the program on August 11-12 in Virginia Beach: