The (Creative) Commons

I had a difficult time choosing an item to create a copyright license. At first, I wanted to copyright my Making Sense of Copyright video. I used My Simple Show to create the video, but after reading its software licensing guidelines, I decided it was too complicated to make sense of it. Therefore, I jumped

Fair(ish) Use

When I first read the description of this requirement, I immediately thought of something I do in the classroom that has always led me to wonder, “Am I breaking some sort of copyright law?” The short answer is no. My question was answered thanks to The Cost of Copyright Confusion. So what am I doing?

Collaboration (a little)

For this assignment, we were assigned to team up with fellow Nousioneers and revise statements on group work communication. The purpose was to develop a list of expectations we could all agree on. Bob Heath, Heather Nice and I documented all of our work on Google Docs. Overall, I enjoyed the collaborative piece of this assignment. It’s


I listen to podcasts all the time. The latest Ted Radio Hour introduced a word to me that sounded familiar, but used in a negative connotation: revisionism. If you describe a person or their views as revisionist, you mean that they reject traditionally held beliefs about a particular historical event or events. In the following Ted