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Thursday, December 2, 2010

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The Center for Social Media has created a set of teaching tools for teachers who are interested in teaching their students about fair use. The tools include powerpoints with lecture notes, guidelines for in-class discussions and exercises, assignments and grading rubrics. We hope you'll find them useful!

In AU Professor Larry Engel's Advanced Documentary Technique class, ten grad students used the "Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Online Video" to try to create "fair use" mashup videos. Take a look at the videos and decide how well (or not) they did!
(An activity from the Center for Social Media)

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Edutopia Digital Youth Portrait: Nafiza, 18 years old

Discussion Questions
1. Is Nafiza typical of kids in your community? Why, or why not?
2. Is it surprising that Nafiza spends so much time playing video games? Why, or why not?
3. Nafiza uses technology "from the moment she wakes up." Is she over-connected?
4. What skills is Nafiza learning by participating in Global Kids? How is Global Kids changing her worldview?
5. Why do you think kids like Nafiza enjoy virtual worlds like Second Life? Do virtual worlds have any learning potential?

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