Here's How - Creative Commons
In another module, Trends in Online Learning, we discuss the number of schools and institutions, such as MIT and Princeton, who are now making their course materials freely available on the Web.
The move towards "open access to content" means that increasingly, copyright holders are making books, music, and other creative works available under licenses that grant anyone permission to copy and make other uses of the works without specific permission or a royalty payment.
Find resources on the Creative Commons site you can share, remix and reuse. Choose one of the categories along the top, for example, Google images.
Enter a key word from your subject area. Keep adding keywords to narrow your search.
Discussion Question: What are some creative ways to introduce the concepts of copyright, fair use and Creative Commons to younger students?