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This week's article takes five case studies -- all real-- and uses them to develop some guiding concepts on copyright in the new digital networked world of education.
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Posted at 12:35 PM in Copyright, Plagiarism, Teacher Tools | Permalink
Copyrights are one of the most disturbing things for a universitary teacher. I'm not yet one, but as a researcher I already gave a few lessons and faced the moral dilemma: if I give the students certain written information for free, everybody will have it, but I'll be disrespecting the copyright legislation; if I respect the copyright legislation, some students won't have access to the needed information. It can be really mind blowing sometimes...
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November 29, 2011 at 06:39 PM
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