Art at Risk
This project investigated the digital image, and the associated delivery of copyright information in the tertiary classroom.
Dr Susan Ballard and Pamela McKinlay - Otago Polytechnic.
Art at Risk provides a set of research resources and practical information for teachers working with digital images. The information is presented in two parts.
Date: November 2011
Part one: Teachers’ Resource includes a set of posters (also available as separate file below) that guide students through decisions that need to be made when using digital images, together with a set of case studies that include a record of real classroom situations and the decisions that were made regarding the risk of copyright infringement and associated areas in the Aotearoa/New Zealand context.
Part Two: Background Research documents, analyses, evaluates, considers and recommends methods for engaging with digital images. It also includes extensive bibliographic data and a glossary for teachers keen to extend their knowledge of the complex frameworks of copyright.
While this work was undertaken in the Art and Design context, the resource will be invaluable to all teachers, learners and anyone who uses or wishes to use digital images in their work.
This work is published under the Creative Commons 3.0 New Zealand Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike Licence (BY-NC-SA). Under this licence you are free to copy, distribute, display and perform the work as well as to remix, tweak, and build upon this work noncommercially, as long as you credit the author/s and license your new creations under the identical terms.