Copyright is one of the most important issues confronting educators today. This page includes information, resources, web sites and games to help teachers and their students know what is legal and not legal.

Professor Eric Faden of Bucknell University created this humorous, yet informative, review of copyright issues. Please visit this page for a wealth of information on this topic from the Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society.Note: This work is licensed under a
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Copyright Resources

Here is a simple to read poster showing students how to CopyrightInfo.pdf

This poster is a great 2 page copyright_chart.pdf that was created to show teachers (and students) what they can legally do with different media under Fair Use Guidelines.

Answers_Citations_Poster.pdf is provided by

Lessons teachers can use to teach copyright rules.

Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines by Kathy Schrock

Copyright Sites for Kids

Click on an image to visit the web site.

Great web site to help students understand copyright and fair use guidelines.


Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright


CyberEthics for Kids - The Internet...Know Before You Go into Cyberspace


The CyberBee answers student questions.

Additional Articles

Do the Copy(Right) Thing