Information Technology Training Courses

Information Technology

Copyright Infringement

This course is intended to be a helpful guide to aid educators in making good choices about content use for classroom instruction as well as for reference. This course covers basic knowledge about copyright laws, print and audio materials, visual and multimedia materials, and the internet and digital media.

Category: Information Technology Authors: Dr. William Stepien Variants:
  1. Full Course - 24 minutes
    This version is designed for school staff.

Expert Authors for Copyright Infringement

Dr. William Stepien

Dr. William C. Stepien is a teacher of over 18 years and a Social Studies Teacher/Instructional Support Coach at St. Charles East High School in St. Charles, Illinois. He is a veteran developer and instructor of staff development courses for teachers, and is a co-author of The Internet and ProblemBased Learning and "Pulling the Cat's Tail in Social Studies and History Classrooms" in the Handbook of Secondary Gifted Education. William holds an Ed. D. in Instructional Technology from Northern Illinois University.

Dr. William C. Stepien is a teacher of over 18 years and a Social Studies Teacher/Instructional Support Coach at St. Charles East High School in St. Charles, Illinois. He is a veteran developer and instructor of staff development courses for teachers, and is a co-author of The Internet and ProblemBased Learning and "Pulling the Cat's Tail in Social Studies and History Classrooms" in the Handbook of Secondary Gifted Education. William holds an Ed. D. in Instructional Technology from Northern Illinois University.