iKeepSafe would like to thank the many
experts who contributed to Copyright &
Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens.
Center for Copyright Information,
attorneys and experts
David Sohn, Center for Democracy
Jerry Berman, Founder, Center for
Democracy in Technology; Internet
Michael Carroll, Professor of Law
and Director of the Program on
Information Justice and Intellectual
Property at the American University,
Washington College of Law, Creative
and board member
Gigi Sohn, Public Knowledge/FCC
Annemarie Bridy, Professor,
University of Idaho College of Law;
Affiliate Scholar, Stanford University
Center for Internet and Society
The Education Advisory Board met to
review the lessons for teaching
methods, age appropriateness, and
relevance to the education community.
We appreciate their attendance at a
working session and follow up
Frank Gallagher, Vice President,
Cable Impacts Fountation
Michelle Lipkin, Educator
Barbara Stein, Director, Partnership
for 21st-Century Skills
Glen Warren, Teacher-Librarian,
California School Library Association
Lesley Farmer, PhD, Professor,
California State University Long
Beach, California School Library
Camilla Gagliolo, Instructional
Technology Coordinator in Arlington
County Public Schools, ISTE Executive
Dana Greenspan, CTAP Specialist
at Ventura County Office of
Jaimie Potts, Educator
Never before have educators, copyright experts, and open information advocates worked together to teach kids Copyright & Creativity for Ethical Digital Citizens™. The lesson plans, videos, activities, and handouts are designed to inspire creativity and help students make conscious choices about sharing their own creative work while understanding the value of respecting the rights of other creators. The form below will take you to the new Middle School Curriculum (7 – 9), released October 21, 2015.
The project was sponsored in part by a generous grant from the Center for Copyright Information. Click here to review the curriculum without providing your information.
iKeepSafe applied a rigorous development process to ensure an accurate, age-appropriate curriculum on copyright and fair use that will be easy to implement and enrich existing class lesson plans and projects.
Click here to see how the curriculum aligns closely with current education standards: AASL, ISTE Standards•S (formerly known as NETS), P21, Common Core State Standards, Model School Library Association.