Category Archives: Digital Copyright

The Hunt for Images Goes On, and On, and On

So the week 2 assignment seemed deceptively simple: “Use Creative Commons image search to find an appropriate image to use in at least one of the classes you teach. Include this image in a blog post and share how you … Continue reading

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Don’t tell the teachers!

“Whatever you do don’t tell the teachers, they just make it worse.” I’ll always remember this line. It was written in a fake advice letter that a student was writing in response to fake problem letter written by another student. … Continue reading

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The importance of asking permission

I recently attended the EARCOS conference, where some of the keynotes mentioned the importance of storytelling to send a message. So here’s a story… Once upon a time, I had a lovely little sister Esme. She was beautiful, loving, and … Continue reading

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