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ISTE 2014-Coaching Playground
Fair Use Poster
HS Student Asks Questions
Teaching Fair Use
Reasoning Fair Use
Q & A
Past Conferences/ Presentations
Media Education Lab Video Channel
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Video Case Studies: Fair Use in Media Literacy Education
At the Media Education Lab website, you can
view three videos
to watch how the
Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in Media Literacy Education
applies in three different educational contexts. Each has discussion questions to promote critical thinking and communication skills in reasoning about how fair use applies to media literacy education in K-12 and university settings.
Elementary school students
at P.S. 124 in Brooklyn use copyrighted images and music in their public service announcements.
High School students
at Upper Merion Area HS in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, use images from Flickr.com in their virtual zoo.
Curriculum developers at Project Look Sharp at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York use images from
magazine in their media literacy curricula that helps students analyze the representation of conflict and war in the news media.
Test your reasoning skills by examining these
. How are these scenarios like your use?
How are you using the
curriculum materials teaching about copyright and fair use
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