Who Has The Right?By: Cynthia Zartuche Manrrique EDTC 6340
What is Copyright? Content on the Web Copyright /Teaching Implied vs. Express The Owner Fair Use Defined Understanding It Fair use Checklist Protection TEACH ACT Open Access Getting Permission Public Domain Vs. Orphan Work
According to United State Copyright Office,copyright is a form of protection grounded inthe U.S. Constitution and granted by law fororiginal works of authorship fixed in a tangiblemedium of expression. Copyright covers bothpublished and unpublished works.
What material can be freely used in the classroom? How much of copyright work can be used? Where and when can we get permission?
As a teacher you must understand how massiveinformation is being created and distributed viathe Internet such as….. Using others work in the classroom Building up on others work to create new works Use of Open Sources software Use and reuse of information Creative Commons Opportunities to discover
Right to make copies Prepare works Publicly distribute Display or perform work Perform works digitally for sound recordings. For as long as your lifetime, and 70+ years.
The owner Who is the author? Self Collaboration What is copyrightable? Employer Who has the rights? Getting permission
Manage your works Control who, what, when, and where it’s used Commercialize your works. For profit and/or non-profit License your work – Creative Commons You decide how it’s to be used
“Open-access (OA) literature is digital, online, freeof charge, and free of most copyright and licensingrestrictions.” Serves the interest of: Authors Libraries Readers Universities Teachers Journals and Students Publishers
WHEN A WORK IS….. WHEN AN OWNER…. No longer under Cannot be located copyright protection. Can be found through.. Did not register work. Yahoo Microsoft Libraries Sells his rights with no Archives transfer record Mass Digitization Dies and heirs not found. Can be used freely without permission of Are you willing to take a risk? former copyright owner.
Not all material you find on the Internet is copyright free. Do not assume what’s posted on the Internet is public domain. “Copyright law govern the use of materials you might find on the Internet.
AUTOMATICALLY… LICENSE TO…. Is used in any format Detail what rights YOU the reader has chosen. choose. Grants a limited license Attach a Creative to use the work. Commons license. Boundaries are vague. Gives message to continue the flow of creativity.
“Gives the owner of copyright the right to reproduce or to authorize others to reproduce the work in copies. This right is subject to certain limitations found in sections 107 through 118 of the copyright law.” Four Factors to consider if it is fair use. Is to be used for nonprofit educational purpose. The nature of the copyrighted work. Amount used. Effect of use to potential market of copyright work. Your best bet is to always request permission from the copyright owner before using it.
TECHNOLOGY, EDUCATION, AND COPYRIGHT HARMONIZATION ACT Digital/Non-digital With all the information being Distance education shared via the Non-profit educationalinternet, The TEACH institutions Act was created to Instructors use of works balance the needs of Students in distance both owners and learning content users of More ways to store, copyright material. copy, and digitize.
Can be a difficult process. Find the right resource to get permission. Copyright Clearance Center http://www.copyright.com/ Should be in writing Ask your Librarian or Campus Tech Rep