1. Use Creative Commons to find music, images, and other content that is available to the public for free and legal sharing, use repurposing and remixing.
2. Use an academic database collection like GALILEO to do your school research. The databases in GALILEO will create your citations for you. All you have to do is copy and paste the citation on your Works Cited page. GALILEO can be accessed through your child's Classlink account. See this Citing Sources video for more details.
We are committed to preparing our students to respect the intellectual property of others and value their own work as creators. Through our county-wide Digital Citizenship Plan, students in grades 2-12 are taught about the laws of copyright, how to safely use content and attribute it as necessary.