Black Diamond / Turner Valley

#44 Dave Gant
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#45 Dave Kilby
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#48 Tim Beer
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#73 Andy Turcotte
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Blackie

#10 Sherry Top
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#11 Brian Flegal
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#12 Jo-Anne Jones
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#13 Deb Ostercamp
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#15 Margaret Lindsay
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Cayley

#07 Ross Davis
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#61 Lisa French
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#74 John Arruda
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Heritage Heights

#14 Rose Zieverink
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#16 Karen Ashton
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#18 Susan Moncrieff
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#22 Brenda Merkley
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#25 Jim Drinnan
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#28 Barb Callister
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#29 Shawna Miller
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#30 Laurie Irving
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#49 Jennifer Tighe
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#75 Josee Bouchard
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High River

#1 Phil Moncrieff
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#17 Carrie Irwin
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#2 Jeff Dicer
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#3 Christine Geers
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#5 Candace Bergen
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#601 Kathy McCaughan
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#603 Amanda Thornhill
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#66 Lorraine Clark
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#81 Heather Coonfer
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#9 Margaret Hooper
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Longview

#62 Maureen Parker
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#63 Terry Brown
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#64 Peggy Hickey
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#65 Ruth Goodwin
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Millarville

#37 Gerald Pfeil
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#38 Wendy Arkes
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#40 Lisa Willis
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#42 Christina Weir
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#43 Marian Barkley
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#51 Colin Brown
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Okotoks

#19 Susan Malin
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#20 Shelly Bourassa
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#21 Lise Anne Pinder
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#23 Joanne Adams
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#26 Liska Sorge
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#31 Kerry Sill
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#33 Suzanne Swienink
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#35 Arlene Howard
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#53 Jill Oliver
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#60 Velma Warring
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#69 Susan Stewart
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#77 Lisa Mitchell
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#79 Kathryn Girard
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#80 Heather Molyneux
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#801 Bonnie Paget
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#802 Svetlana Koroleva
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#803 Missy McDonald
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#804 Paul Sheppard
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Red Deer Lake

#50 Teresa Deacon
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#54 Cindy Wimmenhove
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#55 Melinda Proctor
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#58 Russ Wright
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#71 Kelly Barron
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#72 Gail Stumpf
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#76 Zdena Kvicala
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Digital Copyright Guidlines & Resources

The 9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

What is NEVER okay?

  • Pirated resources (Constitutes theft): Content that has been removed from its original format ie: DVD, CD, iTunes, etc and shared publicly (file sharing) or privately with individuals who did not pay for it: Typically these consist of
    • Software
    • Music
    • Movies
    • Other media
  • Content that someone else has pirated and placed on a public site such as YouTube. (For example a Bill Nye episode that someone has posted to YouTube).
  • Content sold in a digitally protected format – iTunes, Play, eBooks, Amazon, etc. – where you have used a program to remove the license lock (DRM). For example, if you purchase a movie from iTunes, use a program to “break” the lock so you can play it from your Moodle page, Google Drive or YouTube.
  • Content removed from its original media without permission – For example “ripping” music or movies from a CD or DVD (This includes “ripping” from YouTube).

What is SOMETIMES okay? Updated

  • Playing legitimately purchased music or other audio recording for your students is ok in an educational context UNLESS:
    • Attendance requires a fee or permission form -  such as a school dance
    • The audience does not consist primarily of students
      • In these situations a license must be purchased through SOCAN or Re:Sound
  • Play a legitimately purchased (bought by the school, by yourself) movie for your students, for educational purposes. (Note that sporting events, sleepovers, fundraisers etc. are covered through our IRC membership. Please contact Barbara Eagles at IMC if you want to confirm that a title is licensed for this).
    • Note: Although high definition streaming services such as Netflix or ShoMi are legal in these situations, they draw enough bandwidth to slow down the entire division internet. Please do not use these!
    • Legitimately hosted music videos from services like Vimeo can be used for educational purposes so long as they are played from their original website, however these are not covered through the IRC licenses.
  • Reproduce a work for educational purposes that is:
    • Not commercially available in Canada for a reasonable price
    • Cannot be located with reasonable effort (For example, a work produced in 1970 is no longer available for purchase in any format)
  • News and commentary used for educational purposes.
  • Create something new using a published work (sometimes referred to as a “Mashup”) as long as the work you’re using itself has not violated copyright. For example you can create a video using a piece of music you’ve purchased from itunes so long as you don’t have to remove the DRM lock to do it.

What is ALWAYS okay?

  • Play, download and copy resources that are Creative Commons licensed. (http://search.creativecommons.org is an easy way to find these).
  • Play multi-media created and produced by FSD Staff and Students.

The University of British Columbia has a Comprehensive Site outlining copyright implications for Educational Institutions as per the Copyright Modernization Act (formerly bill C-11).

You can also download a printable version of the current “Copyright Matters” handbook at: http://cmec.ca/Publications/Lists/Publications/Attachments/291/Copyright_Matters.pdf 

Legal Alternatives for Content: