Information for educators to help teach about copyright, creative commons and fair use:

U.S. Copyright Office - Fair Use

U.S. Copyright Exemptions

Copyright Resources from Hall Davidson

Cyberbee copyright lessons

Cyberbee Interactive online game

Fair Use Travelogue from Read Write Think

Copyright Brainpop video - one of the free videos

Copyright Kids Challenge facts and an online quiz.

Copyright Crusader pdf from Weekly Reader

Comic on copyright from Duke

Teaching Copyright

Intellectural Property from Kathy Schrock

Lesson plans on copyright

Taking the Mystery out of Copyright
from the Library of Congress

Video Take the Mystery out of Copyright

Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in Media Literacy Education
Videos to help understand uses of copyrighted material to teach critical thinking.

Copyright for Teachers and Librarians

Copyright Alliance offers free curriculum for Educators.

What's Mine isn't Necessarily yours

Don't Copy That 2 Designed for use in schools, this sequel to 1992's "Don't Copy That Floppy," follows MC Double Def DP on his ongoing crusade against piracy in the digital age.

CyberTreehouse Rap videos on copyright.

Teaching Treasures Copyright Interactive Game

iSafe curriculum includes the What's the Download, Learn B4U burn, and Donny the Downloader experiences. Also included are powerpoints on Copyright and Fair Use and student activity sheets. You can purchase the individual assembly experiences or subscribe to the curriculum at the isafe store.

Faux Paw and the Dangerous Download video from Ikeepsafe

Copyright school from YouTube

Copyright Confusion wiki

Crash Course on Copyright

PBS lesson plan on copyright "A Penny for your thoughts"

Music Rules Copyright Resources

Digital Citizenship Education Curriculum

Piracy Movie from WiredSafety

Stop Piracy - information for students

Video - B4UCopy

B4USurf quiz

Movie Piracy - It's a Crime

Free Presentations on Fair Use and Plagiarism
download powerpoints or links to online presentations. - check text for plagiarism

Lesson from ReadWriteThink on copyright, plagiarism, and paraphrasing

Avoiding Plagiarism from Web English Teacher

Resources on Plagiarism

Plagiarism detection
Registration is required to use this user-friendly plagiarism checker.

Resources for teaching about Plagiarism and Copyright

Eduscapes Plagiarism Resources

What is Plagiarism? a movie from Rutgers

Student handout pdf overview from Youth Media Distribution

Teaching Treasures Copyright activity

Standford Fair Use Project is a Disney movie mashup explaining copyright.

Fair Use Harbor - lots of good information on copyright and fair use.

Creative Commons movie explaining how to use

More Creative Commons videos

Animation about Creative Commons

Citation Machine for citing resources

Citation Maker for citing resources

Easy Bib for citing resources

BibMe Bibliography, Citation Maker

Copyright friendly resources for media projects

Free Media Resources for projects

Royalty Free Music

Getting Permission resources on copyright from Midlink Magazine

Movie Licensing USA information on copyright