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Digital Citizenship Summit, Canada

I’m excited to be speaking at the first every Digital Citizenship Summit held in Canada. It’s being held in Toronto with a number of well known speakers and thinkers in the K-20+ digital citizenship spaces and places. It’s an opportunity … Continue reading

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#WOLO and Radical Hospitality

I’ve blogged about hospitality before, and even tried to define this notion of radical hospitality. It’s coming back into my thinking as I begin working on the Mozilla Open Leadership Project (@Mozilla Open Leaders) with fellow Virtually Connecting collaborators Rebecca Hogue, … Continue reading

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Happiness in teaching

I’ve been doing this ‘first day of school’ experience for many, many years. It’s always the same, and yet it’s always so different. There’s the anticipation, the excitement, the nervous energy, the dreams that drive the passion, and the preparation … Continue reading

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CC Certification – use and create

In Unit 4 of the Creative Commons Certification course, topics include using CC licensed works, choosing and applying a CC license, considerations after selecting a CC license, and remixing CC licensed works. Each section extends my understanding of what it … Continue reading

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CC Certification – NC and SA

Both the Non-Commercial (NC) restriction of the Creative Commons licenses and the Share-Alike (SA) condition of the licenses are poorly understood by many CC users. I’ll use my current context as a teacher educator to respond to these prompts, since … Continue reading

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Anatomy of a CC License

This video production is part of the Creative Commons Certification course. This assignment submission is a brief anatomy of CC licenses, the three layers, the four elements, the six combinations, and includes some basic information about the CC license generator. There … Continue reading

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CC Certification – discussion post

Creative Commons and Copyright For this response, I’m using my particular context, as a teacher educator in a higher education institution. Since the focus for this discussion is on how Creative Commons licenses work within copyright law, I’ll focus on … Continue reading

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10 Things About Copyright

This infographic is a submission for Unit 2 in the Creative Commons Certification Course. You can also access this infographic from the Canva location where it was created. All images are from openly accessible sites such as Pixabay and Unsplash. … Continue reading

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