A nice visual to remind students to revise their own work and pay attention to written accuracy.
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Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Beautiful Classroom Poster on Writing Accuracy
A nice visual to remind students to revise their own work and pay attention to written accuracy.....Follow for Free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :)
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writing poster - Google Search
Download from Dropbox, and you, too, can have "The Onion" poster, which outlines 5 things writers should follow when writing fiction to informative texts. Like and share this one- a great tool!
Become a master of Google search with these little tips
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Google like a boss - Become a master of Google search with these tips via @Lifehack
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Google (search) like a boss via https://plus.google.com/+P%C3%A5lBasso/posts/UnEH67db8Ry … For more tips, check out http://www.google.com/insidesearch/tipstricks/all.html … #GoogleSearch pic.twitter.com/YWAHVpBFTI
Google like a boss. Simple yet effective ways of maximizing your Google search! I always forget these simple life hacks, so I'm glad I found them all together again :)
How to Google like a boss – Become a master of Google search with these little-known tips. Oh yeah! Learned these in grad school!
Fair Use in Libraries: The Infographic embeddable infographic, developed by the Association of Research Libraries and American University’s College of Law and School of Communication, with funding from the Mellon Foundation, illustrates how librarians navigate in a sea of copyrighted material, and which situations most often trigger fair use. Read more here: blogs.slj.com/...
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Fair Use Fair Use in Libraries : The Infographic / School Library Journal | #readytocopy
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A guide to #library fair use #infographic
Copyright and Fair Use: Lesson plans for high school, college, and graduate education - URI
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This is a great resource for teachers to prepare lessons on copyright laws and illegal downloading of media.
Illegal downloading - Media Education Lab has a full lesson plan to help students understand copyrighting. It also helps students to be able to know how to use material legally and how to identify if something is used wrongly.
Copyright and fair use lesson for high school, college and grad school students.
Copyright on Campus Video. Jane the librarian educates her university colleagues about copyright law and its impact on the academic institution’s use of intellectual property.
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Digital spend way up as TV advertising falls: IAB Canada. A new report says online ads brought in $3.5 billion last year, driven by a surge in spending on mobile and video.
Internet Copyright Infringement: 5 Myths vs. Facts by Csaba Gyulai
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Copyright Infringement: 5 Myths vs Facts ....top teacher blog
5 Myths about Copyright Teachers Need to Know about ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Copyright Infringement: 5 Myths vs Facts #digitalcitizenship
Internet Copyright Infringement: 5 Myths VS Facts [INFOGRAPHIC] #copyright #infringement – Infographic List
Do you know the difference between Copyright and Trademark? Find out all of the essentials here.
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Diffs between Trademarks Copyrights
There are currently 16 million active trademarks! By securing a trademark, a business can prevent other competing companies from using similar symbols or marks to represent the sale of the same good or service. This infographic explains more about the purpose of securing a trademark. Source: http://www.trademarksure.com/670527/2013/03/26/trademark-vs-copyright---infographic.html
Business Assets: Trademark vs. Copyright - Infographic
Trademark vs. Copyright Infographic ~ this is USA law, but it gives an idea of what the law is. [It's a modern infomercial: this was produced by a company that Americans can hire to help you through Trademark law]
Copyright basics infographics - a bit heavy on the text but a helpful tool for students nonetheless
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Copyright, Plagiarism and Other Web Safety Issues. Includes ICT Framework document which deal with relevant internet safety issues. Good blurbs about copyright law and plagiarism.
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10 Web Resources To Help Teach About Primary Sources. Wondering how to get your students to use and analyze primary sources instead of their beloved Wikipedia? Here are some great resources for primary sources.
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Tomorrow is the anniversary of Jack Shit. Fact Check: July 2, 1776 is the day that the Continental Congress actually voted for independence. John Adams, in his writings, even noted that July 2 would be remembered in the annals of American history & would be marked with fireworks & celebrations. The written Declaration of Independence was dated July 4 but wasn’t actually signed until Aug 2. Fifty-six delegates eventually signed the document, although all were not present on that day in August.
The History Place - American Revolution: Declaration of Independence. Editing & Revision!!!
10 Web Resources To Help Teach About Primary Sources
This tutorial introduces the concept of Information Literacy especially as it pertains to students in higher education and focuses on defining this concept and explaining the 5 standards created by the ACRL to define the "Information Literate" student.
Copyright, Plagiarism, and Digital Literacy. Great overview that breaks down basic terms including Creative Commons
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The Landscape of Learning: Digital Citizenship Week: Copyright and Wrong
"Copyright, Plagiarism, and Digital Literacy (by Sue Lyon-Jones)" posted 04/10/2012 on teachingvillage.org. Great job defining terms like: copyright, fair use, public domain, creative commons, and plagiarism. It also lists resources to obtain material, as well as a "References and Further Reading" list. Definitely an eye-opener, even for pins on Pinterest. Image credit: fuzzy copyright by PugnoM, via Flickr
A General Guide to Understanding Written Plagiarism
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«I know this is a little simplistic, but I thought this flowchart from the fine folks at EasyBib was a fantastic way to drive home to students that more often than not they need to cite their sources. Many of my students would benefit from a gentle reminder about avoiding plagiarism, and I would imagine yours might too!» Free Plagiarism Poster!
Perfect for middle school or high school. Free plagiarism flowchart/poster that makes it easy to understand when to cite sources. PIN MORE . LOVE NAME OF BOARD http://www.pinterest.com/TopDealsDaily/home-improvement-tools-diy-daily-deals/
Plagiarism infographic. Use EasyBib (now available on WCC homepage!) to affirm website authority and to create stronger citations!
A Nice Visual Representation of Plagiarism ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/07/a-nice-visual-representation-of.html
“Teaching in the Internet age means we must teach tomorrow’s skills today.” – Jennifer Fleming
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“Teaching in the Internet age means we must teach tomorrow’s skills today.” – Jennifer Fleming #Teaching #edChat #eLearning #bLearning
Wikipedia: First place to look, last place to source. Wikipedia, now the 7th most visited site in the world, is one of the most debated resources in academics.
EasyBib and Information Literacy
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Writing tips for students. #Studytips
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Students Cite YouTube, Google, Wikipedia the Most- When doing homework, many students turn to the same websites as they do when they’re surfing the web under other circumstances. Four of the top ten most-cited websites on Easybib, a site used to create more than 500 million citations, are user-generated sites like Wikipedia and YouTube. #infographic
Writing is about creativity and your own input. New technologies push people to reuse content available in Internet. Check out some information and stats about plagiarism to be able to counteract it. #infographic #stats #2012
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Why information literacy and librarians are important when students cite their sources from YouTube, Google, Wikipedia.
Critical Search Skills Students Should Know. Seven ideas are listed here for perusal. The section about using Google News (Archive feature) to find primary sources is especially relevant for research.
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Critical Search Skills Students Should Know - Edudemic - Edudemic. What should we be teaching our students about searching the internet and about search filters?
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Do Your Students Know How To Search? Great tips to help students effectively find and curate information.
Developing information literacy skills is perhaps the most important issue in 21st Century Learning and yet the struggle to do so is an uphill battle. We asked our friends in the library world what they think of the state of information literacy in schools.
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EasyBib's infographic on trends on information literacy.
Infographic about info lit issues.
Download our Trends in Information Literacy Infographic! | EasyBib | Information and digital literacy in education via the digital path
Infographic: Information Literacy Issues - Developing information literacy skills is perhaps the most important issue in 21st Century Learning and yet the struggle to do so is an uphill battle. We asked our friends in the library world what they think of the state of information literacy in schools
The Current State Of Plagiarism In Education
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Plagiarism Report – We live in a digital culture where norms around copying, reuse and sharing are colliding with core principles of academic integrity.
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Copyright: Forever Less One Day. A quick run down on the history and some thoughts about copyright as it exists today.
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Copyright History Video and other resources re: copyright
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Video for Digital Citizenship on copyright laws.
Citing Sources: A Quick and Graphic Guide. Illustrated with Harry Potter: A Magical Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism.
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A Magical Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism (harry potter style)
Oh goodness. Avoiding plagiarism with Snape's approval. @Tasha Salisbury this made me think of you, you smarty-pants English teacher!
A Magical Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism: This is a common mistake that middle school students make. The strategies included in this poster need to be taught and modeled for middle school students.
Graphic: A Magical Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism
"Magical Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism" based on Harry Potter characters: (scheduled via http://www.tailwindapp.com?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=twpin&utm_content=post6113290&utm_campaign=scheduler_attribution)
Markham Nolan: How to separate fact and fiction online | Video on TED.com
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[Video] TED Talk. How to separate fact and fiction online by Markham Nolan. "By the end of this talk, there will be 864 more hours of video on YouTube and 2.5 million more photos on Facebook and Instagram. So how do we sort through the deluge? At the TEDSalon in London, Markham Nolan shares the investigative techniques he and his team use to verify information in real-time, to let you know if that Statue of Liberty image has been doctored or if that video leaked from Syria is legitimate."
How to Search for Open Educational Resources: "Thanks to this infographic from the Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning (at the University of Texas at Austin), your path to finding useful, openly licensed educational resources just got a little easier. Read on for some great ideas!" - Katie Lepi, Edudemic, 11/15/12
How To Find Openly Licensed Educational Resources You Can Use