How to create a
How to create a Perusall assignment
Student guide to using Perusall
We know how much you hate plagiarism from your students, so why do you do it in your teaching?
Wait, what do you mean I’m plagiarizing, all my writing is my own and I always use citations?
I’m not talking about your writing, I’m talking about the images you use. Most of the time we just do a Google Search and save the image, like this right?
Google Image Search
Well unless that image is in the
Public Domain or created under Creative Commons Licensing you just committed copyright infringement (plagiarism)!
How can you avoid being an image criminal? By using better tools or searching techniques.
Many museums are beginning to put their works into the Public Domain.Here is a short list of article on this from
Open Culture More than 180,000 of the items in the
Digital Collections are in the public domain. New York Public Library News outlets, schools, and text-book authors may use
content without needing explicit permission. NASA
is a large Public Domain ( Good Free Photos 12615) photo repository with high resolution free photos and vectors.
a database of 34,221,345 freely usable media files to which anyone can contribute. Wikimedia Commons Search
to download properly attributed, Creative Commons photos for school! Photos For Class On
you may find and share images free of copyrights. All pictures are released under Pixabay Creative Commons CC0 into the public domain.
and Google both have the ability to search for images that are labeled for reuse. You just have to tell them to do it! Bing This is also true of video hosing sites like
YouTube and . There are filters attached to the search tool, you can use them to limit the results based upon usage licenses. Vimeo
This list was compiled by previous knowledge which was jogged by
Harvard Law Library’s Guide to Finding Public Domain & Creative Commons Media
What is it?
Twitter is a 140-character social media communication tool. Users can connect with others by searching for common interests in order to create a PLN (personal learning network).
Why should I use it?
Recent studies show that students using Twitter are
more engaged. Students are more likely to connect with the course content in meaningful ways and spend more time on coursework.
How do I use Twitter effectively?
Search for andd follow experts in your field
Tweet and retweet regularly
#hashtags to make your topic searchable Include images and videos