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  • 1. Copyright crash course
    Itzahamara Moses
    EDTC 6340.62
    Fall 2002
  • 2. Assumptions
    Copyright governs what you find on the internet
    Public domain.
    No publication of notice is required.
    Posting online creates a copyrighted work.
  • 3. Licenses
    Implied Licenses
    Boundaries are vague
    Author assumes that work will be forwarded, printed, copied
    Does not mean they give consent to commercial use without permission.
  • 4. Licenses
    • Express Licenses
    • 5. Details what rights the author gives
    • 6. Attach a Creative Commons express license
    • 7. You want your work to be part of the creativity.
  • Fair Use
    Non profit educators usenot decided
    Implied rights may be broader.
    Opt for materials with express rights.
    Search for Creative Commons licensed works
    Limit materials to those for educators and students.
  • 8. What is Fair use?
    Deciding whether use of a work is considered fair
    Use a variety of sources to acquire permission
    Libraries offer licenses
    Creative Commons licensed works available on line.
    If not sure, get permission by purchasing a license.
  • 9. Determine Fair use
    Use the Four Factor Fair Use test
    What is the character of the use?
    What is the nature of the work used?
    How much will you use?
    What effect would this have on the market for the original?
    Use a checklist.
  • 10. What is the TEACH Act?
    Law in 2002
    Scope of an educator’s rights to display works and make copies
    “an educator may show or perform any work related to the curriculum, regardless of the medium, face-to-face in the classroom”
  • 11. Using the TEACH Act
    Checklist provided by Gregoria Harper
  • 12. Sources:
    Crews, K.D. (2008, May 14). Fair use checklist. Retrieved from http://copyright.columbia.edu/copyright/files/2009/10/fairusechecklist.pdf
    Harper, G.K. (2007). Copyright crash course: Building on others’ creative expression. Retrieved from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/index.html#build