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What is Copyright?
A short video explaining what a copyright is, and how to recognize copyrighted work.Download HQ Version
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Teach your students the rules of copyright, instill respect for intellectual property, and encourage responsible use of the Internet by helping them learn how the principles of intellectual property apply on-screen and online. Learn more about the ESA's on-site intellectual property workshops for middle and high school students.
Use these lesson plans and activities to introduce to students the concepts of copyright, academic plagiarism, intellectual property, research strategies, and the importance of citing sources. Help students learn how to copyright their own work using the standard copyright notice.
Make copyright awareness a family affair by helping your children learn important lessons about respect for intellectual property and the rules of copyright. Guide your child's homework and research strategies with these tips and guidelines.
About Our Program
Join the © Team! (pronounced see-team) is a comprehensive educational program that introduces the concept of intellectual property to students in grades K-5 through hands-on activities that enable them to discover the natural connection between copyright and creativity. This website for teachers, librarians, and parents provides links to all components of the Join the © Team! program, along with background information and additional resources.
Join the ©Team! is made possible by the Entertainment Software Association, which serves the business and public affairs needs of companies that publish video and computer games for video game consoles, handheld devices, personal computers, and the Internet. To learn more about the ESA, visit their website at www.theESA.com.