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Information Literacy for Art Students: Copyright

 

Information Literacy for Art Students: Copyright

Information Literacy and the Research Process

 Information Literacy Overview

Being able to understand, find, evaluate, and use information creatively and ethically is a vital skill to have, especially in the quick-exchange age of the Internet.
The incredible volume and pace of information creation and communication is such that, when we cannot simply already know something, we must be able to find out, to sort what is best from the available rush of information.
But finding the information is not the end of the process; we must also be able to interpret it, to analyze and critique it, and ultimately, to use it responsibly and originally.

 

Useful Links

Please see Copyright and Fair Use for an in-depth explanation of factors affecting copyright. 

Other useful links: 

Subject Guide

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Jennifer Newcome
Contact:
Cedar Bluff 135
865-531-4153
Subjects:Fine Arts

 

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