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Copyright Guidelines for Educators

Digital Asset Published 9/10/14 Last updated on 5/16/18

This document reviews copyright issues as it pertains to participation in Adobe Youth Voices.

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Aziz Soubai

Posted on 6/22/18 2:15:36 AM Permalink

Thanks for sharing

Barbara Swanner, AET

Posted on 5/15/16 2:23:25 PM Permalink

Super resource, and so important as others have commented. With accessibility comes responsibility.

Rachelle Wafer

Posted on 5/12/16 2:06:41 AM Permalink

Refreshing to share as a means of evolution, expansion changing the world.

Karina Ocegueda

Posted on 5/10/16 5:47:07 AM Permalink

Great information, specially because now everything is so accessible that we think we can just use it without a problem.

Rhonda Manning

Posted on 5/3/16 2:07:49 AM Permalink

This is an important asset. It really helps explain copyright and creative licenses.

I. Colleen Bickman

Posted on 4/18/16 4:15:41 AM Permalink

Definitely a document to share with others.

Sharon Paster

Posted on 4/18/16 12:07:41 AM Permalink

The document is very helpful.

Gloria Urban

Posted on 4/17/16 11:40:48 PM Permalink

I am always stumped when students want a resource that is free and available for them to use in their presentations. It is such a sensitive issue. It is good to have the ones listed in the document.

Linda Spaulding

Posted on 4/17/16 12:07:43 AM Permalink

Thanks! Very helpful, indeed.

Ibrahim Aledane

Posted on 4/16/16 7:22:55 PM Permalink

Great resource, very helpful.

Many thanks

Claudio Zavala

Posted on 4/11/16 7:00:08 PM Permalink

Great resource! Is this something we can share outside of Adobe Ed Exchange?

Adobe Youth Voices

Posted on 4/11/16 9:50:52 PM Permalink

Absolutely! Glad you found it useful.

Valerie Agramonte

Posted on 12/7/14 4:01:58 AM Permalink

Such an important resource--very helpful, thanks!

Judith Okolie

Posted on 11/30/14 7:15:21 PM Permalink

Ana Bettencourt

Posted on 11/24/14 5:06:20 PM Permalink

Good resource. Examples of citations would be helpful.

Moza Al-Muqbali

Posted on 11/22/14 2:45:39 PM Permalink

It is very important and useful resource.

Aya Mizukoshi

Posted on 11/16/14 2:41:08 AM Permalink

It's very important, sometime youth are using photos, illustrator something like that created by others without permission.

I'll use this sheet in my classroom.

Alisha Crawford

Posted on 10/26/14 6:15:18 PM Permalink

Thanks will definitely use the copyright sheet to make sure the project is within the rules.

Judy Durkin

Posted on 9/26/14 7:13:55 AM Permalink

The copyright laws in Taiwan is lax, but I teach students about the ethics of breaking copyrights. Thanks for the great sheet.