Permissions were sought from ISTE officials and authors of materials for which copyrights were held. These permissions were chosen as evidence of my intention to respect the intellectual property of others and to model for my students the importance of doing the same.

Permission #1 was obtained from Jan Smith the author of a Computer Literacy Online Course. This permission authorization speaks to the need to respect the legal copyrights associated with intellectual properties.
Permission #2 was obtained from Tina Well, Permissions Editor from ISTE. In this authorization, I am allowed to used the NETS standards for teachers and students in this digital report as long as conditions are adhered to. Specifically, the two permissions chosen show that I advocate, model, and teach safe, legal, and ethical use of digital information and technology, including respect for copyright, intellectual property, and the appropriate documentation of sources as called for in NETS-T-4a.

Click here to view Permission #1 artifact and click here to view Permission #2 artifact.