Webinar: Tech and 21st Century Skills

So today’s presentation is officially
titled technology and 21st century skills that was kind of I think was kind
of a placeholder well I might pick something more specific and then just
kind of stuck so what I’m also calling it is free graphics audio and video for
education and I’ve got a subtitle in there aka reusing copyrighted content
I’ll talk about why I chose that just a moment
you know what I’ve actually got an opening poll so this is going to be
interactive so the little pulls in here she should be seeing a pull now and you
can answer and then I think only I can see the results and I’ll report back on
that so there’s four of you one of me if you’d like to answer it that’s great
and just something to start us off and for me to help see help me see where you
are all right so good three or four have
voted let’s see how familiar are you with definition of copyright we have one
person who’s a little familiar and two people that are very familiar which is
great and number two how familiar are you with open educational resources or
Creative Commons licenses and two of us are somewhat familiar one very familiar
so good that’s awesome copyright is kind of a tricky subject
and I have an educators understanding of copyright write with a combined of the
librarians understanding of copyrights so I’ll go ahead and get started with
the presentation we’ve got a small crowd here tonight but this is being recorded
Cynthia after the presentation is over I’ll trim off the beginning works just
me sitting around staring at the webcam and I can share that file with you if
your job box would like me to do that all right so start this off
all right so if the subtitle for this is well – today it’s made titled free
graphics audio and video for education so the idea of this presentation is to
give you some resources and also skills to help you find and reuse free graphics
audio and video a subtitle might be aka reusing copyrighted content if you are
joining us awesome hi Hugo who else is here hi Sally
thanks for coming all right we’re just now jumping in so welcome okay so let me
get back to my powerpoint here all right so here’s what we’re going to cover
going to talk about towards the second half of the presentation we’re gonna
find openly licensed graphics audio and video to use in teaching and if I should
switch these bullet points the first thing we’re going to talk about is more
about the how to properly reuse the free stuff
you find so in the description of this presentation I said that another thing
that’s free is okay to reuse so we’re gonna talk about how you can figure out
how to reuse this stuff and what you can and can’t reuse so I chose this topic
because with the age of the internet we have a sea of information and as a
librarian it drives me crazy people say everything’s on the internet but there
is a lot on the Internet and navigating copyright is a 21st century skill and I
wanted to add that if you’re an educator and working in a non-profit or in a
school setting that doesn’t automatically protect you and your
reuses of copyright materials so if you’re familiar with fair use that goes
that goes a little ways but it doesn’t go far enough that you don’t have to
think about copyright at all so hopefully I’m gonna make this at least
sort of interesting I do have a lot of little polls throughout the presentation
so at the very end I have a Kahoot quiz I do have a lot of slides it’s my first
time doing this exact presentation so we’ll see how I paced myself and you
have questions as we go definitely check them or chat them put them in the chat
box as kelly says somebody who’s on the internet saying something is in the
ocean exactly there’s so much stuff out there so we can sort through it together
alright so in short copyright is what you have as the creator of any given
work say exclusive legal right to print publish perform film record and to
authorize others to do the same with the work that you create so whenever you
create something you hold the copyright to it you don’t have to register it you
don’t do a trademark you don’t do anything formal or legal it’s just
something that you automatically hold and so what that means is that if you
write like an essay for class and then you see your essay appeared later on and
a website complete that’s not really a thing that happens I don’t think you can
always tell that that website to take it down because that’s your copyrighted
work and you would have a claim to that legally so the flip side of that is that
we also have materials that are public domain oh and Kelly says not be
created for your company they own the copyright yes Kelly’s absolutely right
is this good to say kidding you Kelly has to think about
this a lot for her company if I’m talking about things that create on your
own not using company resources and not using company materials or knowledge so
I’m talking about things like if you are an illustrator in your free time you’re
drawing pictures if you are writing an essay for your class but if you are
doing things at work that’s a whole other thing and we actually I work in
higher education at Cal State Fullerton and we actually have some really
complicated copyright intellectual property rules as a faculty member so I
still own the things that I create for Cal State Fullerton but so does the
University it gets scary so anyways things that are outside of work all
right so back to public domain so public domain is basically the flip side of
copyright it’s something that’s copyright free either because the person
that owns the copyright decided just to put it out into public domain or because
it’s been in existence for so long that under copyright law the original creator
is either dead or no longer has right to the copy of it so you’ll see a lot of
things label this public domain on the internet and that’s one of two reasons
that they are free to use and that means you can do whatever you want it’s low
domain how about it do whatever you want if it’s copyrighted you have to think a
little bit about it first so I’m really big on the open educational resources
and cal state’s affordable learning solutions movement you may have heard of
things that are open open software open source openly licensed you may have
heard of things called open educational resources these are things that are
openly licensed usually and can be reused in your class openly licensed
usually means it has a Creative Commons license on it Creative Commons is a
nonprofit organization that basically hired a few lawyers and they wrote out
some licenses and what they do is basically as the copyright holder so say
you are a teacher and wrote a lesson plan and only you have the copyright you
can put your lesson plan out into the internet with a Creative Commons license
attached to it that you choose and what that does is it tells people upfront
that it’s okay to reuse your work per the terms of the license
otherwise you just posted lesson plan it’s copyrighted work so someone
probably steal it if you’re posted online but you could always chase them
down if they repost it because you don’t copyright Creative Commons license
basically just preemptively says it’s cool to use my work and here’s the terms
under which to do it so Creative Commons is the most commonly
known license and any open educational resource where that salt has a Creative
Commons license on it and that’s just someone was kind of hearted enough to
take their original work put onto the internet and assign a license so that
others could reuse it and that’s basically the heart of the open movement
is that we’re all putting our own copyrighted work onto the internet and
telling other people it’s totally cool to use this so whenever I create
tutorials for example using storyline I post the raw files and the published
files as well and I put a Creative Commons license on them so that people
can use them let’s talk about this a little bit more so basically when you
find a lot of stuff on the internet sometimes you’re not sure where it came
from who owns it and it can be hard to figure out who to even asks sorry I see
here someone shouting I’m gonna mute you okay okay so if something already has a
Creative Commons license on it you don’t have to ask them you just have to reuse
it according to the terms of the license and as a
copyright holder you have the right to put a Creative Commons license on your
work as long as of course you are the copyright holder so that brings me to my
next mini poll I’m gonna launch this pulling okay where is its my first time using pulling
with yes okay next poll have you used Google Images to find graphics and if
yes have you used Google images tools feature Nicole’s question
you have to actually copyright something or it is simply creating it copyright it
simply creating it means that you hold the copyright the in its simplest form
you have the right to copy so you have the right to distribute copies of it
basically so yeah you automatically own it if you
if your work that you and the copyright to because you created it if it was
distributed without your permission you have the right to go to court and
legally chase down people that have used your work without your permissions all
right the pool results are in all of you have
used people images to find graphics which I figure we all love google
images and about half of you three of you have used the tools feature to
filter your results by usage rights and four of you have not so a reason I ask
this is maybe one looks likes is really boring looks like let me employ okay the
reason I ask this is if you are just using Google images and you’re not
sorting out what you’re looking at most of that work or maybe about half of it
is actually copyrighted work so if you were reusing it and someone is feeling I
don’t know upset about of people reusing their work
you might get an angry email from somebody if you are using the tools
feature there’s actually a way for you to limit your results by Creative
Commons or other open any license works that you don’t have to worry about the
copyright aspects of it because they tell you upfront way you can and can’t
do with it so you usually see again is a Creative Commons license and there are
four aspects of a Creative Commons license so let me pull up my little
virtual laser pointers all right so the one on the left is the attribution
clause so all Creative Commons licenses require that you attribute the creator’s
that sounds pretty fair right so you know even if you tell people you
can do whatever you want with this you just have to give me credit that’s the
bare minimum for a Creative Commons so that’s really nice because you can
release your work and people aren’t just gonna reuse it they’re gonna give you
credit for it and you get recognition for your work a lot of the time people
like me we just want recognition just acknowledgement they made a cool thing
and you get credit for it this next
it’s an equal sign it actually means no derivatives and that means you found
someone’s really neat photographs that you wanted to reuse if it had a Creative
Commons license on it with no derivatives it would mean that you have
to use the photograph exactly as is and you can’t change it at all so no color
tinting no cropping or nothing so that one’s that one’s kind of lame and it
kind of isn’t really had a spirit of being truly open this one is
non-commercial I use this one kind of a lot such as my storyline tutorials this
is just prohibits companies from reselling your works so unless this is
on there technically people could repackage and resell your work as long
as a phone to rest of the terms of license you know they’re giving you
credit they’re following the other stuff and this one is a share alike clause so
if someone puts this as part of the license it means if you were to release
the work in a different package you’ve had to put the same license on they’re
not going to talk too much about that that’s a whole other thing
all right so I’m showing my title slide again because in the bottom left is want
to point out that I did put a Creative Commons license on this work so I’m
going to zoom in a little bit on it so as I mentioned I like to assign Creative
Commons licenses to a lot of my work including my presentations and these are
just PowerPoint slides so I just put the basic license on these kinds of works so
you’ll see this says CC all Creative Commons license graphics have that
little CC showing that as Creative Commons license and this one is just by
so then it’s actually spelled out right here and this is actually linked to the
legalese on the Creative Commons website so if you wanted to reuse my PowerPoint
you could there is the URL for it and you would just have to follow the terms
of license and credit me appropriately Nicole asks does it cost anything to
put the Creative Commons on it it does not the Creative Commons agency I don’t
really want to call it’s not a company their an organization hey just had a really
neat website where they actually have a license picker where you decide what
you’re ok with people doing with your work and it’ll walk you through it and
display license for you at the end and you just copy and paste that’s it so
they’re a non-profit that exists just to make our lives easier and
you promote people sharing their work Kelly says do you find the CC oh where
do you find it Creative Commons website if you just do a Creative Commons
license picker it’ll come right up and it gives
you the whole thing along with the link and so the the legal part of this is if
your person reusing your work clicks on that link it does take you the legalese
the legal language it actually backs all this up so you don’t have to be a lawyer
to get my people license to use your work which is really nice all right I’ll
have the link again for my slides at the end of this presentation so don’t worry
if you if you missed it it’ll be back so these are the six possible Creative
Commons licenses you’ll see that they all have a mix they all have the
attribution clause the by and then it’s basically just the other possible
combinations now we’ll go into the details why some things are possible
and why some aren’t you’ll see for example this one you have to attribute me and you
can’t use it commercially you distribute me and you can’t make derivatives so on
and so forth so that’s that’s just a quick overview of what that looks like all right time for our next poll it gets
a little bit pull happy in this presentation all right launching that
one I think you’ve gotten faster this catch up with questions here okay yes Cynthia
asked photos show the link to the Creative Commons website do you all see
that poll to Creative Commons license poll no one’s voted yet I’m not sure
if you see it or not oh never mind there it is
okay yes will you do that it will find the Creative Commons license picker a
chooser here it is give you another few moments to respond
to the poll okay I’m going to go ahead and end polling so that we can continue
moving along let’s see so let me do the recap on the slide so it’s kind of a
little little self check for you yes a Creative Commons license
proactively gives you permission to use something that’s copyright it doesn’t
take away your copyright you’re not throwing away your copyrights you could
decide to take off the Creative Commons license later on so no one new can reuse
your work it’s a copyright holder yes you can
assign it to your own work and if you reuse it work oops I have little bullet points for this I
should be going through and if you use a CC by license work yes you must have
tribute the creator for all the licenses you have to tribute the creator but for
a CC by license that’s basically all you have to do alright moving right along
here okay so finding and reusing openly licensed content so on the first slide
or being in this presentation I asked all of you what your experience
was with Google images and with using the tools feature in Google images so
say it did a search for dinosaurs because I’m teaching unit on dinosaurs
and also I dislike doing searches and dinosaurs this is the basic search that
I see when I do a search for dinosaurs and Google and hit images this is what I
see now a lot of this is actually copyrighted content so if you go to the
tools button right there you’ll see these little options right here pop up I
use this all the time and usage rights allows you to filter by open licenses so
these are usually Creative Commons licenses so I like the top one labeled
reuse with modification so if I click on that it’s going to bring me back only
images that have a Creative Commons license that allows me to reuse it and
allows me to modify it so you’ll see how those how those results change so now I
have that selected the labeled for reuse with no modification and now when I go
through these a lot of their public domain and all the rest are Creative
Commons so that’s really helpful and I’m trying to find something to reuse so
just to recap what this looks like this is a really really handy handy feature
to using Google images I really encourage you to use so otherwise if
you’re not using this you’re just getting everything everything that’s
copyrighted you have to go through things one by one so this is really nice
once over to do for your results so you can sort things out and get things that
are more likely to be openly licensed so I did some quick explanations of what
each of these was because they’re not very clear in Google images but what it
comes back to is I recommend choosing the first one because this gives you
things that you can reuse in any scenario and that you can change any way
that you like and you still have to double check when you go into each image
to see what the exact licenses but it’s a nice way to do initial sort alright so
I see a couple questions and I should gently scroll up okay so did the chooser Oh
Katherine’s asks does does a dollar sign mean that we cannot use content in a
feed based program that is correct because that would be a commercial
purpose so if something is licensed as you can’t use it
commercial commercially that means you couldn’t use it at fee based program
that’s absolutely right so in a tricky if we cite someone else’s work and
reference the author can it not be made CC not sure if fully understand the
question Katherine if you reuse someone’s work and it’s it’s a Creative
Commons license work it’s still Creative Commons licensed work when you use it
and that’s also why you have to cite it and we’ll talk about citing in just a
minute you want to rephrase your question I didn’t answer it please do
mister posted let’s get back to this all right so here is an example of one
of the supercool pictures I found to my Google Images search using the usage
rights tool it’s pretty dramatic someone’s painting that they did so you
can see that this is from Flickr up here here’s a person that posted it here’s
the image name and right here you see the Creative Commons license now this
isn’t always the most clear but you can see it’s got a little attribution
picture and it says some rights reserved if you hover over it it’ll actually say
it’s a CC by license and that’ll appear in the bottom corner so come back to
that in just a second but I want to talk really quick about how you would cite
this so you do need to give credit where credit is due
it’s really cool that people are putting their work online for you to reuse and
putting licenses on it and in exchange you just need to give proper credit for
it Renata asks for pictures be included in
this yes basically you can you can use a Creative Commons license for basically
anything we’ll see creative works there are other licenses it might be more
appropriate if you are doing software code or something else but generally
pictures essays tutorials Adobe Photoshop files these sorts of things
are really appropriate for a Creative Commons license
so to cite holding up your end of the bargain here there’s four things you
have to do first ones obvious credit the creator you need to state the title of
the work need to list the license itself so you need to tell people wherever
you’re reusing it this is why I’m reusing it the way that I am because it
has this license and you have to link back to the source and that one’s really
important a lot of the time people stop at just listing the Creative Commons
license they say was Creative Commons license I can do whatever I want with it
well no that’s not ok you need to go back and give credit where credit is due
it’s at least you can do since someone is cool enough to make this available
online so I’ll show you how this works and this does take work I acknowledge
this does take work and it’s easy to be lazy but I’m showing you the right way
to do things all right so back to this super cool image of the dinosaur is say I
want to use this in my class here is how I cite it so again there’s little Creative
Commons licensed right there so the Creator is flickr user James st. John
that’s I got that from the Flickr page titled the work it’s a super tech catchy
title but I copy and pasted the entire thing so when you hover over that little
summarized reserved it tells you exactly what Creative Commons license it
is this one’s CC by 3.0 the 3.0 just means it’s an older version of the
license again Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that has their
own team of lawyers to write legal language that backs each of these up
occasionally in the need to update that so technically this one’s under the 3.0
version right now we are on 4.0 and that’s okay it’s still everything’s
basically still the same just if you’re a lawyer maybe and then link back to
this source so Flickr sometimes has some really simple URL so you can just copy and
paste that out of the browser bar sometimes it has a little share button
you can get the link from that too alright so next slide I’m going to bring
it all together so it’s a long citation I know this feels a lot like doing a
paper for one of your classes and I emphasize but here it is so this is the
way that I do it and the formatting there is no formatting this isn’t like
APA or MLA or something else where if you don’t tell us I something someone’s
gonna get mad at you this is the way that I tend to do it just to make it
kind of clear I think it’s pretty clear to put the title of it in the quotation
marks I put the user name I put the word user
because a lot of the time you just get someone’s username you know get their
real name James St. John may or may not be a real name that when using other
websites you get weirder stuff so I just make sure to put this that’s the user
name I put used under CC by 3.0 and then I link back to the source so again it’s
important to include all of this because not only are you giving credit to the
creator you’re also helping drive traffic
potentially to their website which is good for them because they’re getting
all the recognition that they would want alright so next one let’s practice this
so I found this super cool picture of a really fancy library online and this is
a really simple one answer question for
you to start practicing how you would do this yourself let me lunch that alright
so go ahead and try to decide using this slide which these citations is complete
if it’s covering the slide or something let me know I’m not sure what it looks
like in your end times full pop up I’ll give you a few moments to do that now so
if those answers aren’t getting cut off the answers can be kind of long you may
need to make the window bigger if they’re too too small okay six of you have
voted so the correct answer is here is I am just going to leave this up because I just realized I
didn’t make a slide that has the correct answer on it the correct answer is looks
like the first one so it’s Milt Abbey library jpg by user M Gonzales used
under CC by 4.0 and it has a let’s see since everything just double check my own my
own answer here yeah and it has a link back to the original website so as the
title it has the creator it has Creative Commons license and has a link back to
where I got it from so the other ones are all missing something so good work
most of you got the one right we’ll have some more exciting opportunities for
practicing your exciting skills in just a few minutes all right so again if you
have questions as I go along feel free to stop me you’ve got another
poll and a couple of slides so let’s move on shall we
all right so I think a lot of you are educators and some of you might be
asking yourselves what about fair use so let’s talk about that
all right so covered copyright it covered the very very basics of Creative
Commons I know it’s kind of a weird thing sometimes when you’re just getting
started to wrap your mind around such briefly about public domain again that’s
things that see that the scene with the X over it that means their copyright
free you can do whatever you want with those and we haven’t talked yet about
fair use so let’s go ahead and do the fair use pool to see how you feel about
fair use let me launch that all right two questions like to know what you know
about fair use give you a few moments to read and answer those all right so your answers coming in and
I kind of all over the place this is fun some of your changing your answers oh no
they’re just we’re coming in seven of you have voted 8 of you voted awesome alright nine of you voted oh I love
this okay this is this is a tricky question oh well I guess the second one is
so number one under fair use let me see actually I should have this in the next
slice so number one under the fair use principle of copyright law you can post
or reuse copyright materials without paying a licensing fee sometimes you can that
is true that’s a fair use is for fair use exists to protect educational
uses satirical uses I can’t remember the other ones but as an educator always
remember educational and satirical that’s true if things are copyrighted
and people don’t have a Creative Commons license on it and they haven’t written
you a formal letter saying you can reuse it there are instances where you can
reuse a copyright at work but there are no hard and fast guidelines and I just I
love breaking people’s hearts apparently so is it is not a thing you can use up to ten
percent of a book in your class without paying licensing fees under fair use a
lot of a lot of faculty think so it’s one of those those fair use myths there
have been court cases that have recognized that’s generally about fair
it’s not technically a hard and fast rule and if you are intending and using
the same section of a book every year you should probably just go ahead and
get the course packed because if you do it over and over and over it’s it’s not
really okay and again this is the how things should be rather than how we
actually work in reality but I’m all about giving you the here’s how to do it and
then you know you go on the rest from there all right so let’s talk a little
more about this all right oh good I’ve wrote down the criteria of
the fair use principle alright so there are four criteria under which you can
reuse a copyrighted item without paying the licensing for for it
under these criteria so it can be the purpose of the use so again if it’s
educational it’s critical if it’s satirical it’s okay that’s one factor
under which it may be okay for you to reuse the nature of the work is
published or unpublished you might have some new way we’re gonna we’re not you
can use it the amount of the work again that’s where we get the 10% myth from is
that we want to know how much can I reuse without paying licensing fee
there’s no exact amounts generally less is better if you’re reusing the whole
work you can have a harder time justifying that mess again I’m thinking
like book links or you know section of illustration or some things and also how
much you’re using in the class if you’re using it every time you teach the same
class you can only use it once things to consider and possibly the most important
the effect of use is it possible to license the work and you’re just
choosing not to because you think you’ll get away with it if you are not
licensing it does that have an effect on sales so these are just some things to
think about again there’s no hard and fast rules all
right Katherine has a question about pixabay if pixabay says no attribution
required do you reference title use or URL so this is a good question generally
you don’t have to cite public domain works if someone says you know what this
is public domain if they put what’s called a Creative Commons 0 license on
it which means that they’re actually waiving their right to copyright
technically you don’t have to cite it I like to anyways though just to keep
myself organized so that I know where I got an image cuz I forget I have made a
lot of presentations and I forget so usually I’ll cite it anyways and
basically do everything except for Oh instead the Creative Commons license you
would put used under public domain or used under CC 0 or whatever it is that
they listed it we’re not asks are there examples of companies violating the fair
use principles I can’t think of companies um I bet if we just
Google fair use violation you would see some I’ve seen things like um even
churches that make flyers that use copyrighted images even though they’re
nonprofit and they’re just like circulating a flyer they’ve done some
cease and desist letter this is a lot of examples of little things I mean like no
one’s probably gonna take you to court right away unless they thought an entire
institution of higher learning or something was engaging and kind of being
a little shady about copyright I mean I think if you google that you’ll find
some examples and there are some some really big examples but usually if
you’re using something appropriately and the copyright holder finds out they’ll probably send you an email saying knock it off Oh Carl has a good question the
museum owns a really old painting do they own the copyright of the image or
did they own the copyright at the photo of the painting so if the owner really
old painting the person that owned copyright would have been the person
that painted it and they’re probably dead and they’ve probably been dead for
a long time so the museum doesn’t really own anything technically the public
would own it will be in the public domain is what I’m trying to say so anyone could
reuse the image of that work and it would be totally cool so it means that
with this it would be that the photo would stand that is like classic books
so you’ll see Shakespeare obviously he’s been dead for a very long time another
example it’s still in copyright is Ansel Adams photographs and um Ansel Adams has
been been dead for a long time but it’s if you don’t know who Ansel Adams is he says he makes iconic
black-and-white photographs of like the mountains and it’s really pretty
landscapes he’s been dead for a really long time but his family is still living
large on copyright from his work so they’re the kind of family that would go
to court and try to get after death copyright extended so that it’s a
certain number of years after you died that your family stones copyright to
your work and I think in the last 20 years they’ve actually gotten to an
extent which is kind of amazing to me I think if you die
you copyright today with you but hey I’m ah I don’t know a sick one around the world alright so
yeah like classic books anything that’s like
on Gutenberg.org really old stuff Victorian literature all of that is free
because it’s in public domain so good questions okay finding graphics and
videos so finally finally I’m going to show you a few resources that are my
favorite places to find openly licensed works so we already talked about Google
100% of you have used Google to find images so I’m not going to go into there
I can show you really quick an action where that tools thing is so so let me
get rid of my virtual data miner go away okay so let’s pull that up move my browser over so you can see my browser now it’s not too wide okay this is Google Images um
good example for like enough school house alright so again here’s the tools button
right here the usage rights doesn’t appear unless you click on it so click
tools and then you’ll see usage rights and again right now the default is not
filtered by license because you’re getting copyright stuff in there I’m
going to choose labeled for reuse modification because that’s basically
the you’re allowed to do the most things with these things and then you end up
getting a lot more pictures rather than clip art so you can see as I scroll over
a lot of these are from Wikimedia that is a little sister of Wikipedia and
almost all the graphics on there are Creative Commons license Creative
Commons license or public domain pixabay is really good all images on pixabay are
public domain Flickr will also appear on here because the images will be Creative
Commons licensed if that’s how they appear in here again a lot of look at
Wikimedia here so if you want to click on it don’t just copy it from here and
then move on with your life I always visit the website itself to see what the
exact terms are and to get all the information for the citation so if I
wanted to use this picture of this really cool school house first up I check
the Creative Commons license I can point to both things at once and some on the
computer but in the bottom left you’ll see that it says creativecommons.org
slash licenses slash by slash 2.0 it’s a little URL that appears in your browser
like we’re gonna go so just click on this
nice alright so you click on it it tells you exactly what the license is I
explained earlier that we’re on 4.0 now 2.0 it’s just an older version that
means this work is probably a little bit old and sometimes put a Creative Commons
license on it a little while ago and that’s ok this means that the language
behind isn’t updated since then so that’s important name of the person that
did is important the title of the work doing bad job highlighting that’s
important and then you can grab the URL from the browser bar here and that’s how
you would cite it thanks Dr. Gautreau she put the URL in there for Wikimedia
alright pixabay a lot of time we’ll bypass google images and I’ll go
straight to pixabay as I’m always finding free stuff to use and tutorials
either for when I make storyline interactive tutorials or when I make
videos for Pollak library need a lot of pictures so I just scroll down and look at
some of them here so you can use a few categories here photos illustrations
vector graphics videos to put the prettiest ones on the front page but if
you search for stuff sometime you’ll find your pickings a little bit slimmer
because everything on here is free for you to use so this one’s labeled CCO
Creative Commons the CC zero means that whoever created it said I don’t need to
keep copyright this is now a CC zero and you can kind of just release it into the
world and that’s okay so technically again there’s no
attribution required technically you don’t have to tell anybody where you got
this you can keep it a total secret again I like to still get credit for
these things at least with where I got them what the title was because I like
to keep myself organized again and also because sometimes I download the smaller
version when I wish I downloaded the bigger version and I can’t remember
where I got it so that’s another reason to do that
so anyways everything on pixabay is free and they also have videos on here um hmm let’s
see what we could find um lets choose technology and it gives them the cheesy technology
videos if I remember right yeah okay so they do have ads so watch out for the
ads at the top there but they do have videos on here as probably isn’t
streaming so well through your your computers but they do have a lot of
short videos they can reuse for free so if you’re making videos this one apparently is
on a loop and I could watch it forever um
but this one also is labeled CC 0 free for commercial use no
attribution required so even if you’re looking for something for a fee based
program or something for your business you can still use Creative Commons works
as long as they don’t ban commercial uses so that’s a good thing ok so
alright and then I was already on Flickr when we talked a little bit Flickr
Flickr is a great enabler of creative comments because they let people label
their works with Creative Commons well I wanted to go to Flickr did I not link it
who did think it ok so if you click on that there’s actually a Creative Commons
landing page for Flickr so rather than just doing a search of all the Flickr
you can look just for Creative Commons licensed material if you want I’m so you
can browse through these a lot of the time you’re looking for something I’m
looking for something in particular so I like to search and then let’s see if there’s
another one I could do I don’t know librarian there’s some terrible pictures of librarians let’s do a
search everyone’s uploads they should be able to narrow it down after you do
your search all right here it is so you go any license and I’m gonna say I’ll
create a common stuff all right so I did my search for librarian and just like Google images you can filter your search results to all Creative Commons so now
all of these can be reused and same deal you just scroll down see what the
licenses so this one if I was making a commercial use of this for some reason
if I’m making an event or presentation where I might charge people to go to I couldn’t
use this image if I’m just doing a video tutorial for public library I can
totally use this image so just remember to link back for that that’s pretty easy
you gonna use do a search and you slipped the Creative Commons license
alright back to this alright so let’s practice one so imagine that you found
this graphic on Flickr and you want to cite it so let me pull up that practice
I’m launching it alright go ahead and consider which one of these is correct
and give me your answer give you another few moments to consider okay I’m gonna go ahead and call it so
this one you do have to cite because let me get my little laser pointer out
because you’ll see the Creative Commons license picture right there so it’s a
summer I deserved if you click on it it’ll take you to the Creative Commons
license to tell you exactly you have to do with it so unless I said public
domain or something you do have to cite it and here’s how you would do so so
again I have the works title I have the creator I have the license and I have
the link back to the original work so that if someone wants to know where I
got my work I want to remember where I got my work I could go back to the
original or whoever’s looking at the work that I created and go back and see
where I got my stuff all right good work with that let’s talk about finding sound
and music so if you’re making an interactive tutorial or again a video
it’s fun to add and sound effects and it’s a nice little ad to have music to if
maybe put in sure or the end of your video using for that sound effects are
super fun I really love freesound.org listen makes looking – laser pointer it
will not let me say that again alright here we go thank you Dr. Gautreau
for putting this in alright so this is free sound they have fun little things
like it was have a random sound of the days you can search we’re gonna check
out what the current sound associates one is I love this website these are all
the sound enthusiasts and they all just record sounds around them and post them
online I think it’s the most amazing thing you’ll drive your dogs and cats
crazy by doing a door bell let’s see how this one is so anyways all of these are free they’re
all under Creative Commons licenses to say you thought this one was fantastic
you can’t download it you do have to create a free account so I have a free
account and I use this all the time to download stuff and it tells you again
right here what the licenses so those are the terms you have to follow a lot
of them are attribution only some of them are non-commercial so there were public
domain but most of them are attribution so you just have to give credit and
again link backs so this is a super fun website and there’s there’s so much
stuff on here alright so another one alright so I think it’s my last big
recommendation free music archive this one I haven’t used as much but the last
one I showed you free sounds is a more like sound effects and this one’s more
actual music so this is kind of the same thing you can go through by genre
through certain genre music you want to use if you open it up it should tell you
how you can use it so this one’s a little bit restrictive let me zoom in here
so this one has has all the clauses this one you can’t use commercially and this
one you can’t make derivative works of so if you wanted to use this you could
but you could use it for anything that people have to pay for and you wouldn’t
be able to edit it at all so I mean you can’t change the volume of the sound you
can’t do a fade in or fade out you couldn’t sample it or put it in part
of a larger song that you’re making yourself so something to consider so
this is something nice maybe you could assume is for video that you’re making
yeah so they feel this term so this question if you use this in your class
without any visuals do you still share the citation so when I’m being really
conscientious I’ll try to put it on the same slide so it’s a visual in the
PowerPoint a lot of the time I will actually just make put the
citation into the notes for a PowerPoint or I’ll put a credit slide at the end
again I mostly find visuals like these for videos that I do and so what I do is
I get a credit slide at the end of the video where I put everything in there so
generally yeah I tried be good and you know lead by example and
show people by demonstration the right way to do things but sometimes it’s hard
to keep really organized too so it’s also important when I’m when I’m
preparing to develop something like a presentation or a tutorial or video I’ll
try to keep it a little a little notepad file so I’ll save all the visuals that I
like in a folder on my computer but then I’ll also have a little notepad file
where I write I copy and paste and where I got all of them so it’s kind of like
it’s kind of just like reading your research paper as you do your research
write down when we get things of and you’ll avoid plagiarism so that’s a good
thing all right one more practice activity so
this is a cool free sound it’s a warm horn sound let me launch this full this
will be your last citation practice so good luck alright so let’s launch go
ahead and figure out which one of these you think it would be give you a few more moments all right most of you have voted I’ll go
ahead and polling and we got 100% in the class awesome let me go to the next
slide um actually before I go to the next slide let me pull up the field laser pointer again all right so you do see the license right there
it’s the attribution non-commercial license again if you clicked on it it
would take you to more details about that and again you cite the title of the
work you cite the creator site the license and you say where you got it
from so someone is cool enough to put this online for you to use be cool
enough to give them credit and to link back to them that’s a good thing all
right so well done on that very good all right so kind of a little a little
recap slide pretty much to the end here so safe and not so safe so when you’re
navigating copyright so again this is a 21st century skill because there’s so
much content out there for you to reuse they need to think about how to reuse it
ethically and legally and again this is one of those things that takes them
effort to remember to do and to do correctly but it’s really good practice
it’s really good to get you in the habit so it’s always safe to use Creative
Commons license material under the terms of the license so whatever license you stick
on there make sure you follow it using public domain works always super cool
again you don’t have to attribute them I do because I’m a space cadet and I can’t
member I got things and also it helps whoever is looking at your work to know
that it is public domain so it’s kind of nice things on that also means
that someone’s looking at it and they want to reuse it they know they can use
it public domain so that’s really nice okay so linking externally to
copyrighted resources so this bullet point actually came from teaching
faculty about copyrighted resources so if you have like a password-protected
course and you’re posting copyrighted stuff in there you’re probably not gonna
get caught but if you want to link externally that’s that’s much better
practice so if you want to link externally to you
YouTube does have an embed features if you want to embed a YouTube video in
your impress protective course you could but in general if you can link to
someplace else that makes it someone else’s problem so that’s a good way to
keep yourself safe alright so I just mention this um be careful posting
copyright materials to your course never post and and copyrighted outside of your
course and Lindsay or that’s my name I’m Dr. Gautreau I did post my webinar from
last semester if you want more fun 20 apps alright I do have a I have a Kahoot I don’t think we quite have time for that Dr. Gaureau do I do Kahoot or nah
Hillary’s asking sure okay let’s do Kahoot I’ll turn off the laser pointer so if we
have time for this so so super fun and Creative Commons and copyright Kahoot let me
close my tabs because I’m a little angry about tabs alright so all you need is
whatever device you have at hand to play a Kahoot if you haven’t played one before
you may know that I’m slightly obsessed with them if you seen my presentation
before lets do a classic alright so all the instructions are on screen if you have
this open on your computer you can just open a another browser window not suppose to be so loud I apologize for that you can just open up a browser window go to
Kahoot.IT and put in your game pin alright
Kelly is asking if there’s free character sets available I haven’t seen
any good ones so captivate does have some built-in characters they’re mostly
photographs and they tend to be more business people Storyling has really
cute Illustrated characters I don’t know any free ones you might be able to get
some one-offs here in there but you definitely have to pay if you want a
really good set of a lot of characters you can reuse in different poses there’s a lot of icons available in life you want icons the characters yeah not so much
you can do your own but that will take forever alright well I got two players in the
Kahoot so far I’ll give you another moment or two Hugo has joined us Kelly
has joined us excellent all right remember how many people are in here all
right so give you about another 15 seconds to get logged in up to six
players which is awesome I think it’s only seven or eight questions it
shouldn’t be too long by the way the prize at the end is is glory I’ve
nothing super fun to give you other than kudos and a virtual high five
now we’re up to seven people nobody else gonna join us five seconds four three
two one all right if you haven’t joined us yet you can play along and you’re in spirit you’ll
see the questions on the same thing all right so it’s actually nine questions the
first one I think is they give me questions so you get used to the
interface alright so this is just so you can figure out how this works there’s no
points for this question this is just a getting to figure out Kahoot questions so what
was Cal State Fullerton’s original name and I got a cool vintage photograph on
there four seconds three Oh what was it this is where was the first name writing
oh I didn’t tell you the answer it was Orange County State college if you guys
got it alright so that was a gimme question this one is four points the
faster you answer the more points you get it is a geometrical shapes um on screen
Ranade you’ll see the question and then on your own device and your own browser
is where the buttons are to answer and those buttons correspond to the screen
so on your on your own device you don’t see the answer so you see the shape so
click on that to match the screen it’s more it makes more sense if you’re in in
real life I guess so I’m sorry about that
alright yes the BY symbol requires users to attribute to the creators so who is
it’s by tell us who’s influenced by all alright Nicole is in the lead question 3 of 9
the SA symbol this is a tough one because I only mentioned
briefly all right you got it it is licensed derivatives works exactly the
same so it’s a stands for share alike and so however they’ve licensed it with
the share alike license is how you have to also share it alike so whatever
license they use you have to use it’s kind of a tricky word thing but okay Nicole is
crushing it kept close behind all right ND ND alright you got it
ND means no derivatives nailed it okay Nicole’s on fire streaking ahead and NC
symbols alright sorry about the question Nicole click the wrong one alright so MC means non-commercially
Nicole has stolen the second because she clicked the wrong when it happens it’s
okay still anybody’s game so Kat has pulled
into the lead it’s still anybody’s game all right
four more questions I said this one a bunch so hopefully you
guys will get this one alright you got it
so all Creative Commons licenses require the user to attribute the author to say
who it’s by so it’s a creative through most of this um but if you look at the
picture of all the licenses they all have that BY in them so you always
gotta say who it’s by Nicole’s back in the lead all right three more questions
CC-0 symbol what does this mean five seconds you got it public domain so CC-0
means that there is no copyrights little x over the C so the C is copyright c
anyways in there little x over the c means it’s not copyrighted so you also
have to work as the copyright holder to say you know what no more copyright
totally cool alright doc doc is on answer streak or holes in the lead two
more questions in what situations can you use copyrighted works 5 seconds
oh everyone answered it yup fair use doctrine perfect I will not believe in
that I will believe her that there are no hard and fast rules it requires your
judgement all right you guys pulled ahead Nicole you’re right behind last
question so graphics not distracting I didn’t
choose it what 7 3 2 1 it requires your judgment so yeah
there’s no hard and fast rules you can get some advice if you had a lawyer that
super otherwise requires your judgement and the winner is Hugo I thought doc doc in second Nicole’s in
third if you want to screen shot now is your chance for eternal Kahoot glory so
there’s a funnel top five I’m going to minimize this excellent work we do have
well go download my slides I got an ID toolkit that has some more resources for
free media I am over my time do you have any questions and also would you please
take the survey and we put this link in so you take the survey Dr. Gautreau would
be very appreciative I would be appreciative because you’d be helping
make this series a success and maybe you’ll see me again next year did I
spell it right 2 X W M E A G all right thank you so
much for attending let me know if you have any questions if you want you can
email me after you can download my slides from my website you can reuse
them under Creative Commons and this is what the survey looks like
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