We asked thirty teachers from five European countries about copyright in schools. Our respondents included teachers implementing education innovations and actively using new technologies. It turned out that Creator, Guardian, Rebel and Unsuspecting User are the four most common roles teachers play when it comes to copyright. These roles depend on the level of familiarity with new technologies and the degree to which they consider educational objectives to be more important than copyright protection.
Our findings relate to teachers but we created a simple quiz, that allows YOU to check what type of internet user are you when it comes to copyright and new technologies. It is enough to answer few questions.
If you want to find out more about types of internet users in Education read our report:
Creator, Rebel, Guardian, Unsuspecting User