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Do you know The Noun Project?

posted: 2.26.15 by Andrea Lunsford

At the end of last year, I went to hear students in PWR 2 at Stanford (that’s the second year writing class) participate in a conference, during which they gave presentations based on their research this term. As I expected, the presentations were all fun to listen to and packed with information: the students were dressed up and doing their best to get and hold their audience’s attention. [read more]

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More on Graphics and Copyright

posted: 8.12.14 by Traci Gardner

Last week, I shared some of the resources that I use to teach students about Graphics, Copyright, and Creative Commons. Since I wrote that post, two more useful resources crossed my desk: a copyright flowchart and a case for discussing copyright. [read more]

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Graphics, Copyright, and Creative Commons

posted: 8.5.14 by Traci Gardner

Teaching students about how to obtain and document graphics that they include in their work has been an ongoing challenge. I explain how copyright works and urge students to choose works in the public domain or with a creative commons license. The inevitable question persists however: “Can I use it if I link to the original?

My solution has been to create these FAQs, which offer explanations and links to additional resources, including places to find images that can be used freely: [read more]

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