Showing posts with label speed of creativity. Show all posts
Showing posts with label speed of creativity. Show all posts

Friday, May 17, 2013

Still the Best Presentation on Copyright for Educators

In my previous post I shared Copyright on Campus which is a six minute overview of what copyright means for teachers. For a much more in-depth exploration of what copyright means for educators I highly recommend Dr. Wes Fryer's presentation Copyright for Educators. I've shared his presentation many times over the last four years. I still think it's the best online presentation that you can find on the topic. 



Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Guest Post on Speed of Creativity

Today, I wrote a guest post for Wes Fryer's blog Speed of Creativity. The post deals with the two ways we, as teachers, can respond to policies that impair our ability to deliver the best possible learning experiences to our students. Read it here.

Monday, July 13, 2009

My Guest Post on Speed of Creativity

Wes Fryer is one of the people in the edublogging community that I've long looked up to. Therefore, when he asked me last week to guest post on his blog I felt like a minor league baseball player getting called up to the major league team. You can read my post about connecting history and the arts through video creation here. If you've never read Moving at the Speed of Creativity, I highly recommend looking through the archives. Wes always has informative and insightful posts. (Wes and his family are on a laptop-free vacation this week so all this week he will have different guest bloggers whose blogs you should also check out).