Copyright Matters! Some Key Questions and Answers for Teachers, 4th ed. (PDF)
Published in 2016 by the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada; Canadian School Boards Association; and Canadian Teachers' Federation. See pages 21 and 22 for a list of additional websites, guides, and resources on copyright in the classroom.
Need digital images for use in your classroom? Try these options!
Creative Commons Images on Flickr (http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/)
Many Flickr users have opted to make their work available under a Creative Commons license. Browse or search through content under each type of license on the Creative Commons Flickr page.
Images Canada (http://imagescanada.ca/)
The images on the Images Canada website are contributed by a number of different partners. These partners give you permission to reproduce their images for non-commercial purposes as long as you abide by the terms and conditions of the pre-authorized license and ensure that proper credit accompanies the images.
Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that "develops, supports, and stewards legal and technical infrastructure that maximizes digital creativity, sharing, and innovation" by providing a set of creative commons licenses and tools that provide alternatives to the traditional “all rights reserved” copyright licenses.
Read more about Creative Commons on the Creative Commons website.
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