Crash Course Intellectual Property Playlist (videos) Crash Course has a seven part video series devoted to explaining the different aspects of intellectual property rights. There are some discussion topics about the issues of collaborative technology and intellectual property that strike a cord with students.
Purdue O.W.L. (website) The Purdue O.W.L. is an online writing lab at Purdue University and has a great deal of information and resources regarding citation, fair use, and intellectual property rights. It is a great tool to use in lieu of a physical copy of a style guide.
Did I Plagiarize (infographic) This infographic helps students visually see the degree of academic dishonesty by asking them questions with answers laid out in a flowchart for them to follow.
Easy Bib (website) Easy Bib is a website that helps students construct citations using one of three main styles. Students input the information needed for the works they are citing, and the website creates a citation and bibliography for them in the style they selected.
Cite This For Me (extension) Cite This For Me is a Chrome extension that allows students to copy the URL of the website(s) they are using and receive a citation in the style they need. It is a handy way to keep track of citations while in the midst of doing research.
Free Music to Use in Presentations (article) Richard Bryne compiled a list of websites that host free music to use in presentations. This is a great resource to share with students so they are not illegally downloading music to use in various projects.