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Tag: copyright

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Giving credit to the author [Moodle images #2]

June 24th, 2016 at 09:06

Angelique Bodart writes: Someone once told me about a time they went to a conference to learn about others’ research on their subject of interest, only to hear their own research spouted back to them by one of the speakers, without any acknowledgement.  When you put hard work into creating something, the last thing you [...]

Enhancing your module with images [Moodle images #1]

June 17th, 2016 at 01:06

Sometimes pictures speak louder than words, but they can also be a way to encourage you to read the words as they draw your eye as you scroll down.  Images break up text and give the reader a rest from reading. They enhance the look of a page by adding a bit of colour. The [...]

Can I upload materials to Moodle without breaching copyright?

June 8th, 2016 at 09:06

If the material you’re uploading was written by you, or you have permission from the copyright holder, then you can freely upload material to Moodle or use it in lectures and presentations.  With the usual disclaimer about us not being lawyers, there are some common sense approaches to take when considering copyright in preparing materials [...]

Copyright and e-learning: recording of T & L Seminar on 9 Mar 2016

April 20th, 2016 at 08:04

On 9 March 2016 our Teaching and Learning Seminar was on Copyright and e-learning: everything you need to know but were afraid to ask, with Tony Simmonds as our speaker, aiming to bust myths about copyright and map out the real dos and don’ts, giving staff confidence to reuse images, video and text to support [...]

Copyright information from JISC TechDis

August 16th, 2013 at 11:08

Whether you’re showing videos in lectures or adding documents to Moodle, checking copyright is an essential step. JISC TechDis recently sent details of some relevant dates and consultations for anyone interested in copyright issues. 11 September 2013 – Deadline for responses to Copyright and Disability consultation The Intellectual Property Office has released draft legislation on [...]

Legal aspects of using Pinterest and other image sharing websites in teaching and learning

May 17th, 2013 at 10:05

Deborah Ferns added an interesting post to the JISC blog recently about using image sharing websites such as Pinterest in teaching and learning – and in particular, tips for legal compliance in using image sharing websites. She reminds us that we should only post images we create ourselves or have the permission of the copyright [...]

Copyrighternicus and Gallilegalo

4 October 8th, 2010 at 07:10

You wait all day for a new copyright issue to come along and then two turn up at once, but they are all slightly different so they can’t sue each other – not like those litigious buses.  Creative Commons have released a new public domain license, but at the same time lost the Creative Commons search [...]