A video that shows how Creative Commons provides free tools that enable creators to easily make their work available to the public for legal sharing and remix.
A guide to help teachers and students understand their rights and responsibilities in terms of copyright
Clearly states the difference between paraphrasing, summarising and quoting. Provides a definition for each term and explains when and how each should be used
A resource that explains the difference betwen essential questions and subsidiary ones (with examples) and suggests how to go about organizing these questions
An infographic showing how Google tools can be used for inquiry and project based learning
A channel of Youtube videos produced by educational institutions – good resource for searching information
A blog devoted to online searching and to the evaluation of web content. It contains regular search challenges that can be used/adapted for students.
A website with links to videos that show how apps can assist students who have different learning styles to take notes.
A Prezi that describes findings and different methods that students can use to take notes
This film shows how digital note taking can help students by supporting various styles of learning and allows for sharing and collaboration between students.