The guide provides acts as a comprehensive source of material related to the use of copyrighted materials in teaching. It is an interactive guide that presents faculty members with basic knowledge about using copyrighted works. The guide uses Flash-based animations as an interactive document. The guide uses the approach of a subway system and the objective is to reach a destination, in this case advice to use the copyrighted materials. The guide presents the information in several modules, which include audio, images and audiovisual material.
Type of Material:
The uses for this guide include: reference material for faculty, teachers, instructional designers, educational technologists and anyone looking for information on how to use copyrighted materials in education
Flash Drive is required. Persons with speakers can enjoy the narration, but text is available for persons who do not have speakers.
Identify Major Learning Goals:
The learning goals are focused on providing students with information and tutorials about the use of copyrighted materials either in face-to-face or online education.
Target Student Population:
This is a resource for faculty. The targeted population might include faculty, teachers, instructional designers, educational technologists and anyone looking for information on how to use copyrighted materials in education.
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
The contents are presented in a well-organized and meaningful way.
The guide allows the faculty of an institution, in this case Baruch College to test their knowledge following a case-study approach. The guide can be used by anyone looking for information on how to use copyrighted materials in education.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
Can be used by Instructional Designers as reference material on how to use copyrighted materials in education. It can also be used by faculty in the Arts majors to teach studnets the basics of copyrighted works.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
The tools, especially the map and the resources tools, make this very user friendly. The map tool allows viewer to move freely in desired directions through this tutorial.
Other Issues and Comments:
The site is an excellent resource for teachers, faculty, instructional designers, educational technologists and anyone looking for information on how to use copyrighted materials in education.
The guide contains ancillary documents that can be used offline as reference to the topic of copyright
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