Copyright, Web 2.0, and multimedia in the classroom

A new study, titled “Copying Right and Copying Wrong With Web 2.0 Tools in the Teacher Education and Communications Classrooms,” attempts to educate students about both the appropriate and inappropriate ways to use copyrighted materials that are available to mass audiences on the Internet. The article by Ewa McGrail and J. Patrick McGrail, published in the September edition of Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, presents a set of guidelines to determine whether a certain type of use of online materials may violate copyright law.

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