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Wednesday, July 21 • 10:35am - 11:35am
May I Use This? Ending Copyright Confusion

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Students grow up with powerful technologies to access, share, copy, generate, and collaborate on creative work in new and evolving ways. They consume online media, but also create, publish, distribute, and critique. In this rich environment, students must interact with creative work ethically and legally. Whether they know it or not, copyright and fair use are directly relevant to these activities. Through our FREE unbiased curriculum that focuses positively on creating and sharing, attendees will reinforce their own copyright knowledge, get answers to situations in education, and participate in student lesson activities. Our state ambassadors who are current teacher-librarians will share their experiences using C&C's full suite of FREE K-12 resources which include lesson plans, slides, videos, infographics and much more.

Presenters
avatar for Dana Greenspan

Dana Greenspan

Ed Tech Consultant, Copyright & Creativity
Retired from the Ventura County Office of Education as an Educational Technology Specialist, Dana Greenspan now serves as a consultant specializing in student data privacy, copyright and fair use, and education technology planning. Currently, she is leading the CA roll-out for CopyrightandCreativity.org... Read More →
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Julie Jamieson

Librarian, K-12 District Library Curriculum Coord, Fort Zumwalt School District, O'Fallon, Missouri
Julie Jamieson is a high school librarian, curriculum coordinator for K-12 libraries in the Ft. Zumwalt District in Missouri, and ambassador for Copyright & Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens. Julie is a Google and Flipgrid Certified Educator.
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Brittany Fleming

Library Media Specialist, Bentonville Schools
Brittany Fleming is a K-4 library media specialist in Northwest Arkansas. Prior to the library, she was a 4th grade teacher. In 2015, Brittany was awarded teacher of the year for her elementary school by her staff. Brittany is the creator of a book tournament program for her district... Read More →


Wednesday July 21, 2021 10:35am - 11:35am MDT
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