Week 3 Assignment: Copyright Infographic

Week Three Assignment#1 – Copyright Infographic Copyright and Fair Use Infographic (This assignment fulfills these NETS-T, InTASC, and CCTC Standards) In this assignment, you will create an Infographic using a template or a program of your choice. The audience for your Infographic will be students, teachers and parents. The purpose is to provide a brief overview of Fair Use guidelines for the classroom. Your Infographic must cover the following topics: Brief definition of copyright law and what it protects. Brief definition of Fair Use and what it allows. Brief but specific list of what teachers can use under the Fair Use law. Be sure to include the Internet and multimedia in your list. Brief but specific list of what students can use under the Fair Use law. Be sure to include the Internet and multimedia in your list. Sources must be cited with APA in-text citations, and reference list should be included. How to Create An Infographic Exploiting Infographics for Digital Literacy and Critical Thinking by Nik Peachey After you have read the article, you will be preparing to create your own Infographic. Part of the challenge (the fun) of deciding what to design is deciding what to design. Is there a procedure that you need to explain again and again that a visual diagram could help solve? (IMPORTANT NOTE: Although the article mentions that a wordle is an infographic, DO NOT do a wordle for this assignment.) As you plan out your design, ask and answer questions like: Which information, facts, and data are essential to include? Which aren’t? What colors and layout works best in sharing the information? What graphs and graphics best convey information and data to the viewer? What is the order, or flow, of information? You may want to take a moment to look back at samples and discuss how various Infographics are structured. Since the point of an infographic is to transfer knowledge and information quickly, the final poster (Infographic) should be informative, simple, engaging, and design-friendly. You may use the Powerpoint Template below or find your own template online. Start_Here_10_Infographic_Templates.ppt Pictochart Venngage 13 Incredible Tools for Creating Infographics Note: These websites might offer a trial period, but they may not allow you to download or print your infographic unless you pay for the service. Do not pay unless you want to continue to use this service on your own. Read the trial information carefully because you must submit the actual infographic document in the gradebook. You cannot submit a link to it, which might be the only option the trial allows. Infographic Resources Kathy Schrock’s Guide to Infographics STEM Infographic Assessment of Your Infographic Some Graphic Design Principles Do not put title, subtitles or text in ALL CAPITAL letters. All caps are harder for the eye to read. Do not put any text, titles or subtitles in italics font. Italics are harder for the eye to read. Save italics for items that require them, such as book titles. Do not center sentences, paragraphs or bulleted items. Centered text is harder for the eye to read. Centering titles and subtitles is fine. If you place text in a colored background, make sure that it is visible. For example, black font in a dark blue background cannot be seen well. Make the font a lighter color in those areas. Use short paragraphs and bulleted lists. People will not wade through large chunks of text. Do not underline titles or subtitles. Put them in bold-face for APA style. DO NOT use the following text-background color combinations because they create optical problems for the eyes, so they are very hard to read. red text over blue background red text over green background green text over blue background green text over red background blue text over red background blue text over green background Helpful Resources Use the following links as starting points, but feel free to find other sources and post the links on the discussion board. The Educator’s Guide to Copyright and Fair Use Stanford Copyright and Fair Use Center Copyright, Fair Use, Intellectual Property for Educators U.S Copyright Office: Copyright Basics Copyright and Fair Use Analysis Tool The “Fair Use” Rule: When Use of Copyrighted Material is Acceptable Copyright and Fair Use for Students Can I Use This Photo on Social Media. Understanding Image Copyright

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