Digital citizenship

I can use anything I find on the Internet right? WRONG

Anything that is created by someone is subject to copyright. This means you must get permission to use it and must always acknowledge the person who created it.

  1. Make sure you're allowed to use it
  2. Say where you got it from
  3. Do not change other peoples stuff ( accessed 7 July 2014)

To acknowledge other peoples work you can use quotation marks, e.g. 'Eye to Eye' by Steve Jenkins or for websites, copy the URL and put the date you used it, e.g. ( accessed 7 July 2014)

There are lots of free to use sites which you can download pictures, music and videos from such as Flickr, soundcloud and YouTube. People put images and music on these webpages so anyone can view, listen and watch. Remember to always say who created the item if you are using it, even if it is free.

Click on the link below to find out more about about digital citizenship.

(LiveBinder curated by Clare Forrest, Raroa Intermediate)