Cyberbee Quiz

Cyberbee provides a quick way to quiz your students over copyright and find out what they know and what they need to learn about copyright.

Copyright Cat

The Copyright Society of the U.S.A. is a nonprofit corporation that was founded in 1953 to foster interest in and advance the study of copyright law and the rights in literature, music, art, the theater, motion pictures, and other forms of intellectual property.

Friends of Active Copyright Education (FA©E), is a new initiative of the Copyright Society of the U.S.A. The principal goal of FA©E is to provide a broad range of resources to foster and support copyright education. To further that goal, a FA©E subcommittee developed the web site to teach school-age children the basics of copyright law.

AAM Copyright for Teachers and School Media Specialists - FAQs

This project was produced along with a professional development workshop series made for School Librarians and Media Coordinators in western North Carolina. Primary Resources Opening Portals to Enhance Learning (PROPEL) is a 30-hour series designed to help media technology professionals work with teachers to integrate digital primary sources of the Library of Congress into the curriculum. PROPEL is an offshoot of the Adventure of the American Mind (AAM) program and is funded by the Library of Congress.

You may use this site in your professional development workshops with teachers, school librarians and other media technology professionals to enhance their learning about copyright. Feel free to link to this site. You do not need to write for permission. If you think this site would be helpful to someone, please forward this link to them.

The AAM program is made available through a Library of Congress grant funded by the U.S. Congress.

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