Copyright in Education
- Copyright Myths - https://staffhub.hud.ac.uk/Pages/Copyright-Myths.aspx
MyReading Copyright Mythbuster - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHkOXUG6yYY&feature=youtu.be
Creative Commons licensing allows the creator of the work to dictate how other may use it. The Creative Commons license allows the original creator to keep their copyright but allows others to copy and distribute it, providing they give the correct attribution on the conditions you have specified. More details about the different Creative Commons licenses can be found here.
- How to attribute Creative Commons images
- Learning Bytes - Copyright session: https://ipark.hud.ac.uk/sites/default/files/CopyrightSep15.pdf
- Flowchart on Copyright - (Royality Free - Check licensing agreement)
Finding images to use in Unilearn:
You can make your UniLearn modules much more engaging by embedding images in your folders and content items, below is a link to a page of downloadable images that you can use freely. These images are royalty free.
- Downloadable UniLearn Images (Copyright Free - created by us)
- Finding Reusable images (Royalty Free - Check licensing agreement)
Videos of Useful Resources:
Using Tineye - https://unitube.hud.ac.uk/view.aspx?id=14515~5d~uPTDHLgBLS
How to find copyright free images - https://unitube.hud.ac.uk/view.aspx?id=14513~5b~ssoqmBL6R0
Using CLA website (Copyright Clearing Images) - https://unitube.hud.ac.uk/view.aspx?id=14490~5f~xexFbIDrGD
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