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6340.65 isabel cabrera copyright ppt4

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New & Improved ppt after reading Chapters 5,6 &7 from Burmark's book.

New & Improved ppt after reading Chapters 5,6 &7 from Burmark's book.

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  • Why not? 1. Copyright has expired 2. Author did not complete Copyright formalities 3. U.S. government work
  • Owners or authors are either: unknown, unable to be located, or are unresponsive.
  • It is a gray area because many boundaries can be disputed, especially in today’s world due to the increasing use of the online environment/ Internet.
  • Allows educators to display or perform (show or play) works in the classroom for the purpose of researching or teaching.
  • Purchasing a subscription from the website to legally use their materials. In music, the record label is usually the author.Request permission when needed such as Pbworks to edit/add information. Emails can be used to initiate communication.
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    • 1. Copyright Crash Course ©
      “Building on each others’ creative expression.”
      By: EDTC 6340.65- Isabel Cabrera-PPT
    • 2. Public Domain Works:
      Work NOT protected by Copyright and may be used freely by everyone!
    • 3. Orphan Works:
      Orphan works are still protected by copyright.
    • 4. Content on the Web
      Implied licenses give you rights but are not clear under the law.
    • 5. “Fair Use”
      Fair Use is not a violation of Copyright.
    • 6. Fair Use Checklist ✔
       Purpose & character of the use
       Nature of the original work
       Amount & substantially of the portion used
       Effect of the use on the potential market for or value of the source work
    • 7. Teach Act !
      Must be an Accredited Education Institute
      Materials are for the purpose of education
    • 8. Getting Permission
      Purchase a subscription
      Request permission
    • 9. Sources:
      Harper, Georgia K. (2001,2007). Copyright Crash Course ©
      http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/
      http://www.lib.umn.edu/copyright/fairuse
      http://www.unc.edu/~unclng/public-d.htm