However, before I begin this exciting passion project, I had to research a bit about copyright to make sure all of the information I'm posting is actually allowed to be there and that credit is given to the creators. I learned several key ideas about copyright including what it is and how teachers should be obtaining the appropriate permissions when using a variety of resources.
San Jose Library. (2008, August 23). Children using the computer [Online image]. Retrieved from https://www.flickr.com/photos/sanjoselibrary/2839835109/in/photolist-5jWU3i-5guc28-6VvuFx-4TyqWE-6wo5vG-5guaYp-5gywLA-4m5ojv-duvjjF-5gywcb-7LRPcs-P8J62-4JCkoW-4TJDqn-ayT8WJ-5tQeKc-e3Zz1-99EyQN-pyrM81-99FWTY-99CQgX-kpwdE-4m9qPy-7c7unN-4xBfB5-ac93cd-5oaCxg-4DEf6B-ac94vw-5jXeU6-ac6cic-wH4BPL-ac6aLa-ac6eWc-ac93Cu-ac8ZWw-ac8ZGs-ac96xm-5tpTyU-3x44W-621mRe-ac6cSF-ac6dqn-ac92zy-ac93VG-ac6egH-ac6dGn-ac6exi-ac6a6g-ac97s5
Noel, W. & Snel, J. (2012). Copyright matters! Some key questions and answers for teachers. Canadian Teachers Federation. Retrieved from http://www.cmec.ca/Publications/Lists/Publications/Attachments/291/Copyright_Matters.pdf