About two years ago, I took a graduate course where the professor brought up the issue of copyright and digital citizenship. We had an assignment to create a digital story to teach a concept to be used in our curriculum and I decided to create a book trailer. As we learned about the requirements of the project, we had a discussion of copyright. I realized, as did several other educators in my cohort, that in our personal and professional uses of technology we weren't always modeling the digital citizenship qualities we wanted our students to learn. This is where I first learned about Creative Commons licensing, how to find free images and music that were copyright-free or friendly and began a new campaign in my classroom to teach copyright awareness to my students.