Schools are using digital content more than ever before. They are relying on digital resources, open educational resources, and teacher-created content to support curricular goals. As more of our content is pushed out to students through online platforms, our responsibility to consider copyright as part of our planning process, no matter what the process looks like, grows.

When we are in the trenches of testing windows, grading, school safety, and all of our other daily responsibilities, copyright might not feel like the number-one priority. But it has to become a priority.

It is important that we as educators invest time and effort...

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  • About the Author:

    Diana Gill is the technology coach for East Porter County School Corporation in Indiana. She is a Google Certified Innovator, Trainer, and Educator Level 1 and 2. She serves on the Indiana Connected Educators board and conference committee and is a #INeLearn moderator. Gill is also a member of the EdTech Heroes, eLeadNWI, and The 411 Vodcast.