The first few weeks of the new term can be both exciting and challenging, so in this blog we want to share some tips for using the Education Platform to get ready for September!
In this blog we look at the top frequently asked questions we receive around how the CLA Education Licence terms relate to using the Education Platform for teaching and learning.
Julie Murray shares some general guidelines around how images can be used on websites.
The notion of copyright can be a bit daunting, and it’s sometimes tricky to understand how it relates to the classroom and learning resources. Most teachers will regularly use copyrighted materials as part of their daily teaching routine but aren’t necessarily aware of how copyright law affects them or if they need permission to use … Continue reading Licence to Copy: How does copyright affect your use of books and resources?
It has been a very unusual time since March as the whole world has been turned upside down. The events of lockdown and planning the return to school have necessitated changes that no-one could have predicted six months ago. Along with other education-focused blogs, over the last few months CLA has been keen to share … Continue reading Lockdown Literature: Recent posts relating to lockdown
Welcome to the new home of the CLA blogs for schools and further education colleges! We are very excited to be launching the blogs on a new and improved site to continue to build a strong relationship between CLA and teachers and education professionals across the UK. We launched our Education Blog back in 2017 … Continue reading Welcome to the Education Blog
CLA's first annual survey results are in! 400 teachers took part in our survey, designed to assess how well CLA is supporting teachers who rely on our licence to resource their lessons.
In these unprecedented times, Julie Murray shares how CLA can support teachers with remote teaching.