Copyrights in education

A compact source of information for teachers on everyday use of copyrights in education. The topics covered by the material are Fundamentals, How copyrighs are formed, Generic permissions, Permissions in education, Open content and Questions and answers. The material can be used by the teachers to learn abut copyright themselves, or presentation material in lectures about copyright. The package includes the presentation in three languages and some guiding videos in Finnish.

  • Open access, Creative Commons, Copyright, Licences
  • Copyright
  • text | video | image
  • text: presentation video: video lecture
  • pdf, mp4
  • Tarmo Toikkanen, Finland
  • Attribution – Share Alike (CC BY-SA)

‘Digiworld’ digital content curriculum

This content has been created for children (aged between 5-16), families and schools by Telenor Group (telecom company) in partnership with Parent Zone (UK organisation on digital parenting). See description below from website:
Fun online quizzes, a digital library full of challenges and downloadable worksheets allow children to explore at their own pace and progress through different levels depending on
their age, experience and ability. Certificates are awarded at each level to enable children to demonstrate their new understanding and to recognise their achievements.
The supporting guides help parents, carers and teachers to play and learn alongside their children and to actively support them in developing their digital understanding and resilience

  • Esafety, digital citizenship, digital resilience
  • text
  • text: document quiz
  • pdf
  • Telenor Group (telecom company) in partnership with Parent Zone
  • Public Domain

Polkuja medialukutaitoon – Opas vuosiluokille 7-9

Opas tarjoaa opettajille käytännönläheisiä esimerkkejä ja pedagogisia malleja medialukutaidon edistämiseen vuosiluokilla 7-9. Opas on saatavilla suomeksi ja ruotsiksi ja se on osa laajempaa suomalaista Uudet lukutaidot -kokonaisuutta (

[This is a guidebook that offers practical examples and pedagogical models to teachers for promoting medialiteracy in lower secondary school. The guidebook is available in Finnish and Swedish, and it belongs to a larger Finnish material package  about New literacies (]