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Tuesday
Mar 29th, 2011
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM
Room 552 A
Eastern Time
The panel discussion will explore ways of educating students about issues of information ownership, including plagiarism, copyright, and fair use. The panelists, from Dartmouth and MassArt, have developed programs and courses that use collaborative and active learning to teach about information ethics. The panel will facilitate a discussion on the value of these pedagogical approaches. It will also help attendees assess their institutions' programming on intellectual property and ethical citation practices.
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Some great sessions at #nercomp11 today - esp. loved #NC11_SESS14 re teaching Fair Use to students, and #nc11_sess19 Legal Basics.

#nc11_sess14 Why aren't we playing this game show in this session?

amen! “@ebehrens: #nc11_sess14 Why aren't we playing this game show in this session?”

#nc11_sess14 Point is not to get art students to avoid all risks, but to understand and manage risks.

#nc11_sess14: International students often have different understanding of intellectual property and what is common knowledge. #nercomp11

#nc11_sess14: Students can engage confidently in ethics discussion, not necessarily about copyright law. Reframe the topic. #nercomp11

RT @Jennmstevens: #nc11_sess14: Students can engage confidently in ethics discussion, not necessarily about copyright law. Reframe the topic. #nercomp11

RT @ebehrens: #nc11_sess14: International students often have different awareness of intellectual prop, what is common knowledge. #nercomp11

#nc11_sess14: Dartmouth game show w/clickers to play "Is it ethical? is it fair?" to learn citation ethics and practice. #nercomp11

2pm #nc11_sess14 Is It Fair? Is It Legal? Using Active Learning to Teach Abt Intellectual Property & Citation Ethics _Room 552A_ #nercomp11


Comments

Some great sessions at #nercomp11 today - esp. loved #NC11_SESS14 re teaching Fair Use to students, and #nc11_sess19 Legal Basics.

#nc11_sess14 Why aren't we playing this game show in this session?

amen! “@ebehrens: #nc11_sess14 Why aren't we playing this game show in this session?”

#nc11_sess14 Point is not to get art students to avoid all risks, but to understand and manage risks.

#nc11_sess14: International students often have different understanding of intellectual property and what is common knowledge. #nercomp11

#nc11_sess14: Students can engage confidently in ethics discussion, not necessarily about copyright law. Reframe the topic. #nercomp11

RT @Jennmstevens: #nc11_sess14: Students can engage confidently in ethics discussion, not necessarily about copyright law. Reframe the topic. #nercomp11

RT @ebehrens: #nc11_sess14: International students often have different awareness of intellectual prop, what is common knowledge. #nercomp11

#nc11_sess14: Dartmouth game show w/clickers to play "Is it ethical? is it fair?" to learn citation ethics and practice. #nercomp11

2pm #nc11_sess14 Is It Fair? Is It Legal? Using Active Learning to Teach Abt Intellectual Property & Citation Ethics _Room 552A_ #nercomp11

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