Educators help students understand fair use, copyright rules

09/16/2011 | Harvard Education Letter

Educators are working to turn today's digital native students into good digital citizens by helping them to understand the concepts of copyright and fair use and teaching them to protect their own work online. Websites such as Turnitin.com help teachers detect plagiarism, while teachers also should help students determine whether their use of a copyrighted work meets fair-use criteria. The nonprofit group Creative Commons also allows students to obtain creative licenses for their own original work.

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