Entries Categorized as 'copyright'

My White Whale: Writing Styles and the ocean of confusion

Date October 29, 2009

I’ve been teaching for a decade now, was in college for 11 years writing research, and before that spent the required amount of time in high school. I’ve probably written 4-5 dozen researched papers and have probably taught the form to at least 25 different courses. Mr. Morgan in 11th grade English class back in […]

Conquering Copyright Cofusion

Date May 2, 2009

This Arizona Tech Education Association session was on copyright. Check out the presentation below. Yes You Can: Conquering Copyright Confusion View more presentations from Kristin Hokanson.

Flickr & finding “safe” Creative Commons images

Date February 25, 2009

As part of my work with MaricopaTech, I recently blogged on Flickr and included a video I made of how to search Flickr for Creative Commons license images. Check out my post here.

DMCA: A vague, out of date Act

Date February 29, 2008

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is a United States copyright law that criminalizes the act of circumventing an access control, even when there is no infringement of copyright itself. It also supposedly heightens the penalties for copyright infringement on the internet. It’s been in affect for a decade now, but outside of IT I […]