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Finally, a book that dispels the confusion around the use of copyrighted materials in the classroom!
Wonderfully rich educational resources-in both print and digital form-are often avoided in classrooms because educators are confused about copyright issues. In this slim, jargon-free guide, media literacy expert Renee Hobbs dispels common myths and clarifies principles for applying copyright law and the doctrine of fair use to 21st-century teaching and learning. Complete with a ready-to-go staff development workshop, this book explores: The meaning of fair use and how it empowers teachers Guidelines for determining what content can lawfully be used in the classroom Examples of the fair use of digital materials, including YouTube videos, audio clips, and much more
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