Steal This Preso! Copyrights, Fair Use, and Pirates in the Classroom

Presenter: Mathew Needleman
Location: Culver City, California, USA
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Presentation Title: Steal This Preso! Copyrights, Fair Use, and Pirates in the Classroom

Presentation Description: Myths and realities of copyrights as they relate to multimedia projects in the classroom with Mathew Needleman.

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11 Responses to “Steal This Preso! Copyrights, Fair Use, and Pirates in the Classroom”

  1. How do you handle using copyrighted material in your own classroom?

    In what ways does teaching about copyrights enhance students’ education?

    In what ways has current copyright law not kept up with newer digital technologies?

  2. Arrrrrrr
    You pirate, you!
    Thanks for making this a fun presentation, and I love the “write your own” laws comment.
    Kevin

  3. […] Needleman’s K12Online09 presentation, “Steal This Preso! Copyrights, Fair Use, and Pirates in the Classroom,” addresses these very issues. I have not seen it yet, but am eager to hear how Mathew […]

  4. Hi:
    In my previous 4 years of teaching a component on ‘Copyright Issues’ and ‘Fair User Practices’, my pre-service teachers researched the issues and created a presentation. However, in their final presentations for my class, they invariably violated those very same issues and practices. So this semester, they will be required to view your video and create their own information — whether it’s a flyer, or BLOG post, website or video. We will also discuss a few ‘case studies’ to allow for as much comprehension of this topic as possible.

    Thanks for sharing your video and your thoughts.

    -j-

  5. Jan Wells says:

    Very well done. Easy to understand and makes sense. Thanks

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  10. Rosa says:

    Thanks for the class! I’ve learned a lot about copyrights. I think the best thing for us is to teach our students to be creative. They are very smart and able to make excellent projects without using somebody else work.

  11. […] but time and battery life are limited! I choose a session from 2009 on copyright called “Steal This Preso” by Matthew Needleman. As a librarian, I am often asked to advise on copyright and fair use. […]

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