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Traditional Knowledge as Intellectual Property: Interview with Dr. Alan Boraas

I am lucky enough to work alongside Dr. Alan Boraas, a Professor of Anthropology here at Kenai Peninsula College. Dr. Boraas is a great resource for knowledge on a number of local and national topics.…

Getting Meta(ish) with Fair Use in Online Course Material

I’ve shared previously that as an Instructional Designer, I am passionate about helping my peeps. I strive to provide accurate information and advice, and if I don’t know the answer, I’ll find it. That is…

Music Copyright Moments in History

This is a brief timeline of some interesting music copyright moments in history. I have cherry picked a few high-profile issues/cases that represent different angles of music copyright evolution. As an amateur musician and music…

Work Out Loud Together: Emoji Art Collaboration with Google Drawing

Alda and I are collaborating on the Choice assignment and making some Emoji Art using a Google Doc Drawing. We decided this could also be a great chance to “work out loud” using Google’s collaboration…

Reflecting on Belshaw’s “Essential Elements of Digital Literacies”

My reflections for all chapters of Doug Belshaw’s “The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies” can be found on the wiki for the book under the page “Reflections by Sarah Frick” within our Nousion Reading Group…

Reflecting on “No Digital Facelifts”

I used Vialogues to comment and react to “No Digital Facelifts: Thinking the Unthinkable About Open Educational Experiences” video by Gardner Campbell. As a process within this tool, I was able to use Vialogues to…

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