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Friday, September 21 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
I Found it on Google, So I Can Use it – Right?!? Creative Commons for K-12

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Students in our libraries often need to find free, copyrighted images and other online content to use in their work, school assignments, and other personal endeavors. At the same time, many may be interested in creating content on their own that they would like to share with the world but are not sure how to go about creating licenses. Creative Commons allows content creators to create licenses to share their creations with the world while holding on to their copyright. They also provide searching tools for students, teachers, and the public to find content to use for free.

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Liz Philippi

State School Library Program Standards, TexQuest, Texas State Library
Liz Philippi has worked as a School librarian for 30+ years, she has worked at elementary and secondary campuses. Most recently she worked as the library systems administrator in Spring Branch ISD, and as the Manager of Library Services in Houston ISD. She has also worked in various... Read More →

Friday September 21, 2018 2:15pm - 3:00pm CDT