Tag Archives: creative commons

A set of posts to help start the new school year on the right foot

Here are a number of blogposts that I have written that may provide some useful help in getting your blogs off and running efficiently this September. Admin Tasks Here is a full “end of year tasks” tutorial that will take you step by step through the process of setting up new class blogs, user accounts […]

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Course: Five powerful plugins to fire up your blogging

Course date: Thursday 13th February, 2014 One of the most powerful reasons for using WordPress through Creative Blogs is that we give you the ability to manage plugins in your site. We have picked 5 popular and powerful plugins that will make a real difference to your blogging and the course will provide an overview […]

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What happens when schools infringe copyright

Update 22nd August 2014: during the summer holidays I’ve been made aware of two more schools being contacted by Getty Images for infringement of copyright. Their supercomputer is busy, and it never sleeps! My first experience of the law in relation to copyright happened about 8 years ago as a classroom teacher. My class were […]

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Copyright and the need to educate teachers

I was looking at a comment written by a child on a blogpost today. In it the child had written a poem at the request of the teacher. It was extremely well written so I immediately suspected that they had copied it. To confirm my suspicion I simply copied the entire poem and pasted it […]

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Putting Creative Commons image search in the heart of your blog

Photo Credit: Trey Ratcliff via Compfight It’s a striking image, I hope you agree. What’s more the creator of the image has kindly licenced it with a Creative Commons licence to enable me to use it in my blog without having to ask his permission as you can see from the image attribution underneath the […]

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