Resources for teaching copyright and fair use

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“The curriculum was successful at teaching students about key concepts of copyright.”

Center on Media and Child Health, Boston Children’s HospitalFrom "Evaluation of the Copyright and Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens Curriculum — Summary"

“Finally someone has made copyright, fair use, and creative commons understandable for young people.”

Diana GraberCo-founder of CyberWise, founder of Cyber Civics, winner of NAMLE 2017 Media Literacy Teacher Award

“These lessons are rich and thorough.”

Kami CottrellEducator, Encinitas Union School District

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Center on Media and Child Health, Boston Children’s HospitalFrom "Evaluation of the Copyright and Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens Curriculum — Summary"

“These lessons are incredible. They help me teach the importance of copyright and fair use as my class does weekly research and inquiry.”

Jennifer AsayM.Ed., fourth grade teacher

“This curriculum walks you through what copyright protects, and what it
doesn’t protect, so students understand their rights as digital citizens.”

Jerry BermanFounder of the Center for Democracy & Technology (CDT) and the Internet Education Foundation (IEF)

“This Curriculum gives me quality, well-vetted, and easy-to-use
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Kami CottrellEducator, Encinitas Union School District