Copyright is a great topic for all librarians and educators. The more I learn about it however, the more I feel that I know nothing about it. I'm always nervous when I make copies, or scan an image for my class that I am breaking some copyright law.
I loved the Did you Know 4.0 video! I enjoyed it so much I posted it on my facebook account. While I am sure that no one will watch it, I just got into a debate with my neighbors about how important it is to teach children how to effectively use technology (Im hoping that they check it out at least)
Creative Commons is a neat tool to use. I enjoyed watching the "Wanna work together?" video as it helped me to better understand the use of creative commons. I think that in the future, if I create things, I will be sure to use that resource.
I also really enjoyed the copyright comic book. I wish I had found all of these fun resources when I was creating my copyright blog last year!
I found the proof that the program had been modified from its original "Learning 2.0 is a discovery learning program created by Helene Blowers. Content and style for School Library Learning 2.0 and Classroom Learning 2.0 have been borrowed and duplicated with permission, under a Creative Commons License."