eSchool News online – ‘Fair use’ confusion threatens media literacy

eSchool News online – ‘Fair use’ confusion threatens media literacy
In an age when digital images and recordings to supplement and enhance education are abounding, unnecessary restrictions and a lack of understanding about copyright law are comprising the goal of using such technology in the classroom, says a new report. After interviewing educators, educational media producers and media-literacy organizations, the report’s researchers conclude that educators have no shared understanding of what constitutes fair-use practices, and that teachers face conflicting information about their rights, and their students’ rights, to use copyrighted works.

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