This week, Julie Murray ruminates on what happens when copyright and teaching intersect – through the medium of a mural on a school wall.
Teacher and writer, Adam Riches, considers plagiarism when it comes to teaching ideas and practices and the importance of giving credit where credit is due.
Creative Media teacher, Naomi Baxter, discusses the importance of educating young people on copyright in an age where everything is online.
Julie Murray looks at the common terms you might come across when you’re considering copyright.
In this blog post we share New College Durham's copyright policy and highlight the six keys aspects of it we really liked.
Julie Murray shares some general guidelines around how images can be used on websites.
It’s never too early to start teaching students about plagiarism and copyright, so we’ve put together 3 practical classroom activities that teachers can use to start discussions and raise awareness about copyright. 1. Who owns the copyright? This isn’t as obvious as it sounds and it’s not always as straightforward as an author writing a … Continue reading 3 classroom activities for teaching copyright
If I may beg your patience while I tell a bit of a story…. There is nine years difference between my brother and I. When we were younger, he went to the secondary school across the road, while I went to a primary school that was a car-ride away. This meant he always got home before … Continue reading Seeking Permission: A tale of two chairs
In part two of her blog, Mary Hind-Portley discusses why teachers should consider copyright in their everyday teaching activities and how working remotely has changed the use of published texts.
In part one of a two part blog, Mary Hind-Portley shares her thoughts on copyright and intellectual property in the teaching world.