Since lockdown began we have been inundated with queries from teachers who want to record stories for story time. In this blog we provide as much guidance on this issue as we can to help provide clarity for teachers.
JCS Online Resources share their tips on how school librarians can take the lead in educating students about plagiarism and promoting academic integrity.
Learning Centre Manager and Performing Arts Lecturer, Joanna Hodges, raises the question of whether impersonation in drama assessment borders on plagiarism in an age where everything is shared online.
Bernard Trafford discusses the impact that the photocopier had on teaching and access to published material.
Sarah Pavey provides information on her Copy & Paste Generation course and discusses the importance of providing practical training around copyright.
Head of Visual Arts, Media and Film, Hannah Day, shares her tips for Creative Media students to protect their work when entering the world of employment.
In this blog post Emily Stannard looks at the copyright implications of reading books aloud via social media.
Memes are today's form of social commentary - they take on different forms and are modified to tell jokes, express opinions and share critiques across the internet. In this blog post, Andres Guadamuz looks at the copyright implications of producing and sharing memes.
Emily Stannard, Head Librarian at Bradfield College, shares some of the most common questions she gets about copyright.
English teacher and founder of Litdrive, Kat Howard, discusses why it's important to begin teaching students about plagiarism and intellectual property at school.