Plagiarism & Safety Advice & Resources

Plagiarism & Copyright

Department of Justice, Canada. (2005). Copyright Act ( R.S., 1985, c. C-42 ): Part III: Infringement of copyright and moral rights and exceptions to infringement. Retrieved from

McGuire, D. (2008). Understanding copyright: Knowing your rights and knowing when you’re right. In D. Harper (Ed.), Education for a Digital World. Vancouver, BC: BCCampus and Commonwealth of Learning. Retrieved from Education_for_a_Digital_World_part3.pdf

Geist, M. ed. From “Radical Extremism” to “Balanced Copyright”: Canadian Copyright and the Digital Agenda. Toronto: Irwin Law, 2010.–radical-extremism–to–balanced-copyright-

Edmonds, K. (2006). Off with their heads! Copyright infringement in the Canadian online higher educational environment. Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 32(2). Retrieved from

An entertaining look at copyright from an American point of view.
Faden, E. (2008). Fairyes tale use of copyright by Stanford Law School. Retrieved from


Classroom2.0 discussion thread: What would you consider cheating in homework

Internet Safety

Scott Aldred. School Internet Policies: Protecting Students or the Organisation?

Sue Waters and Ronnie Burt. We should talk – what are you doing to ensure student safety online?

Anil Dash. There’s No Such Thing as “Cyberbullying.”

BECTA. Safeguarding children online: How e-safe are your school and your learners?

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