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Purpose and Character       5   10       15   20   25 Nature ofCopyrighted   Work          5   10       15   20   25 Amoun...
Purpose and Character            5 PointsI projected a public newspapercartoon in class for a presentation andgroup discus...
Purpose and Character           5 PointsYes. It serves an educationalpurpose.                                Back to Board
Purpose and Character          10 PointsI copied and pasted a passage for aschool assignment without citing thesource beca...
Purpose and Character           10 Points Fair Use, Yes.       you should be aware that this is             . Plagiarism i...
Purpose and Character           15 PointsDuring a group presentation, a teammember imitated movie and storycharacters in a...
Purpose and Character          15 Points Yes. Whether it’s done with an educational end or simply to criticize, parody is ...
Purpose and Character          20 PointsI know I can’t paraphrase from abusiness report found on the web anduse it in my j...
Purpose and Character         20 Points False. You don’t have to be in an educational setting to use paraphrased informati...
Purpose and Character            25 PointsI can used a film without explicitpermission from the creator even if it’son mul...
Purpose and Character            25 Points  No. If the film is intended to be  used on many occasions, it’s  necessary to ...
Nature of   Copyrighted Work            5 PointsUnpublished work means there is nocopyright owner, therefore it’s safe tou...
Nature ofCopyrighted Work          5 PointsFalse. The fact of the work beingunpublished doesn’t mean it’s notcopyrighted m...
Nature of  Copyrighted Work           10 PointsI used my friend’s story manuscript topresent in class as my own since it’s...
Nature of Copyrighted Work         10 PointsNo. If the work is unpublished, itis very unlikely to favor as FairUse. In thi...
Nature of  Copyrighted Work          15 PointsUsing factual works such asbiographies have greater freedomthan fictional wo...
Nature of Copyrighted Work         15 PointsTrue. The use of facts or non-fiction work is easier to besupported as Fair Us...
Nature of   Copyrighted Work           20 PointsAs a student, you don’t have to worryabout choosing publish or non-publish...
Nature of  Copyrighted Work          20 PointsFalse. You are not always protectedunder Fair Use. However, you wouldbe bett...
Nature of  Copyrighted Work          25 PointsA personal letter, photo, and companymemo are all examples of unpublishedwor...
Nature of Copyrighted Work          25 PointsTrue. These works include one, two,or a couple of copies but have notbeen cre...
Amount and Substantiality             5 Points  I used 20 seconds of music from an  online source as background  enhanceme...
Amount and Substantiality             5 Points  Yes. Fair Use guidelines permits up to  30 seconds of music or lyrics from...
Amount and Substantiality             10 Points  I obtained free images, photos, and  videos from online business sources....
Amount and Substantiality             10 Points  No. The more you use copyrighted  material, the less chance it has to  fa...
Amount and Substantiality             15 Points  I don’t have to be concern about the  amount of text paraphrased or the  ...
Amount and Substantiality            15 Points  False. Fair Use guidelines also  include amount limitations on text  or pi...
Amount and Substantiality              20 Points  I used a small amount of the most  significant section from a copyrighte...
Amount and Substantiality             20 Points  False. Although the amount may be  considered legit for an educational  p...
Amount and Substantiality             25 Points I took many pictures of plants for a biology class. Should I still be conc...
Amount and Substantiality            25 Points  No. You may use as many pictures as  you desire because you are the  perso...
Effect Upon     Potential Market             5 PointsI’m selling a few copies of aneducational software program I boughtto...
Effect Upon   Potential Market           5 PointsNo. The statement of “few copies” hasno weight on Fair Use. The fact ofse...
Effect Upon   Potential Market           10 PointsI ran a few copies of data charts to doa comparison for a business class...
Effect Upon   Potential Market           10 PointsYes. This action has no significanteffect on the market for the workand ...
Effect Upon    Potential Market            15 PointsSince the copies of the data charts wereextremely helpful, I decided t...
Effect Upon   Potential Market           15 PointsNo. Although it is still for aneducational purpose, the numerouscopies a...
Effect Upon    Potential Market            20 PointsI purchased Microsoft Office 2010 atthe university’s library. I instal...
Effect Upon   Potential Market          20 PointsNo. Unless the purchased specificallystates rights to two licenses, you c...
Effect Upon   Potential Market          25 PointsWhen the use of copyrighted materialdoes not have an immediate effect ont...
Effect Upon   Potential Market           25 PointsNo. It should not be assumed thatthere will be no effect on the marketva...
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50 PointsFalse. Although you may enjoy greatliberty, you have to be careful with thepurpose, nature, amount, and marketeff...
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CreditsOriginal game fromBig Board Facts © 2010 Jeff Ertzberger All rights reserved.Game modified to “Fair Use Basics” byL...
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  6. 6. Purpose and Character 5 10 15 20 25 Nature ofCopyrighted Work 5 10 15 20 25 Amount andSubstantiality 5 10 15 20 25 Effect Upon Potential Market 5 10 15 20 25 0
  7. 7. Purpose and Character 5 PointsI projected a public newspapercartoon in class for a presentation andgroup discussion. Fair Use? Show Answer
  8. 8. Purpose and Character 5 PointsYes. It serves an educationalpurpose. Back to Board
  9. 9. Purpose and Character 10 PointsI copied and pasted a passage for aschool assignment without citing thesource because I’m not using thewhole book. Fair Use? Show Answer
  10. 10. Purpose and Character 10 Points Fair Use, Yes. you should be aware that this is . Plagiarism is a serious infringement that can get you in trouble. Refer to the UTB/TSC Student Code of Conduct Handbook for information on student responsibilities. Back to Board
  11. 11. Purpose and Character 15 PointsDuring a group presentation, a teammember imitated movie and storycharacters in a comic way. Fair Use? Show Answer
  12. 12. Purpose and Character 15 Points Yes. Whether it’s done with an educational end or simply to criticize, parody is a Fair Use category. Back to Board
  13. 13. Purpose and Character 20 PointsI know I can’t paraphrase from abusiness report found on the web anduse it in my job because I’m not atschool. True or False Show Answer
  14. 14. Purpose and Character 20 Points False. You don’t have to be in an educational setting to use paraphrased information. However, it needs to be cited appropriately and must be used as educational or non-profit. Back to Board
  15. 15. Purpose and Character 25 PointsI can used a film without explicitpermission from the creator even if it’son multiple occasions. True or False? Show Answer
  16. 16. Purpose and Character 25 Points No. If the film is intended to be used on many occasions, it’s necessary to seek permission. Back to Board
  17. 17. Nature of Copyrighted Work 5 PointsUnpublished work means there is nocopyright owner, therefore it’s safe touse and can easily be considered asFair Use. True or False Show Answer
  18. 18. Nature ofCopyrighted Work 5 PointsFalse. The fact of the work beingunpublished doesn’t mean it’s notcopyrighted material. However,unpublished material is veryunlikely to be favored as Fair Use. Back to Board
  19. 19. Nature of Copyrighted Work 10 PointsI used my friend’s story manuscript topresent in class as my own since it’sunpublished and I’m using it for aneducational purpose. Fair Use? Show Answer
  20. 20. Nature of Copyrighted Work 10 PointsNo. If the work is unpublished, itis very unlikely to favor as FairUse. In this case, you would alsobe plagiarizing and be involved inunethical student behavior. Back to Board
  21. 21. Nature of Copyrighted Work 15 PointsUsing factual works such asbiographies have greater freedomthan fictional works under Fair Useguidelines. True or False Show Answer
  22. 22. Nature of Copyrighted Work 15 PointsTrue. The use of facts or non-fiction work is easier to besupported as Fair Use than createdworks such as music. Back to Board
  23. 23. Nature of Copyrighted Work 20 PointsAs a student, you don’t have to worryabout choosing publish or non-publishwork because you are always protectedunder Fair Use. True or False Show Answer
  24. 24. Nature of Copyrighted Work 20 PointsFalse. You are not always protectedunder Fair Use. However, you wouldbe better protected if you usepublished material rather thanunpublished material. Back to Board
  25. 25. Nature of Copyrighted Work 25 PointsA personal letter, photo, and companymemo are all examples of unpublishedwork. True or False Show Answer
  26. 26. Nature of Copyrighted Work 25 PointsTrue. These works include one, two,or a couple of copies but have notbeen created for distribution to thepublic. Back to Board
  27. 27. Amount and Substantiality 5 Points I used 20 seconds of music from an online source as background enhancement for a PowerPoint presentation in class. Fair Use? Show Answer
  28. 28. Amount and Substantiality 5 Points Yes. Fair Use guidelines permits up to 30 seconds of music or lyrics from an individual music work. Back to Board
  29. 29. Amount and Substantiality 10 Points I obtained free images, photos, and videos from online business sources. I have used them in just about every semester through out my college courses. Fair Use? Show Answer
  30. 30. Amount and Substantiality 10 Points No. The more you use copyrighted material, the less chance it has to favor under Fair Use guidelines. Back to Board
  31. 31. Amount and Substantiality 15 Points I don’t have to be concern about the amount of text paraphrased or the number of pictures used as I would when using music or videos. True or False Show Answer
  32. 32. Amount and Substantiality 15 Points False. Fair Use guidelines also include amount limitations on text or pictures. Back to Board
  33. 33. Amount and Substantiality 20 Points I used a small amount of the most significant section from a copyrighted resource. Since it was only a small portion, I have nothing to worry about. True or False Show Answer
  34. 34. Amount and Substantiality 20 Points False. Although the amount may be considered legit for an educational purpose, the substantiality of the work used may be considered “the heart of the work”, therefore it might not be ruled as a Fair Use. Back to Board
  35. 35. Amount and Substantiality 25 Points I took many pictures of plants for a biology class. Should I still be concern with the number of pictures I use for my multimedia presentation? Show Answer
  36. 36. Amount and Substantiality 25 Points No. You may use as many pictures as you desire because you are the person who took the pictures. You have absolute rights as the owner of those pictures. Back to Board
  37. 37. Effect Upon Potential Market 5 PointsI’m selling a few copies of aneducational software program I boughtto my friends and classmates. Fair Use? Show Answer
  38. 38. Effect Upon Potential Market 5 PointsNo. The statement of “few copies” hasno weight on Fair Use. The fact ofselling the software represents aneconomic loss to the copyright holder.This is not Fair Use. Back to Board
  39. 39. Effect Upon Potential Market 10 PointsI ran a few copies of data charts to doa comparison for a business classassignment. Fair Use? Show Answer
  40. 40. Effect Upon Potential Market 10 PointsYes. This action has no significanteffect on the market for the workand it’s being used for an educationalpurpose. This will favor as FairUse. Back to Board
  41. 41. Effect Upon Potential Market 15 PointsSince the copies of the data charts wereextremely helpful, I decided to sharethem with classmates and use them in acouple of business courses. Fair Use? Show Answer
  42. 42. Effect Upon Potential Market 15 PointsNo. Although it is still for aneducational purpose, the numerouscopies and the continued use of thesame material for an extended amountof time will not favored under Fair Use. Back to Board
  43. 43. Effect Upon Potential Market 20 PointsI purchased Microsoft Office 2010 atthe university’s library. I installed it inmy laptop and desktop. Fair Use? Show Answer
  44. 44. Effect Upon Potential Market 20 PointsNo. Unless the purchased specificallystates rights to two licenses, you canonly install the software in onecomputer. Again, this represents aneconomic loss to the copyright holder. Back to Board
  45. 45. Effect Upon Potential Market 25 PointsWhen the use of copyrighted materialdoes not have an immediate effect onthe market value, it means that it’sFair Use. True or False? Show Answer
  46. 46. Effect Upon Potential Market 25 PointsNo. It should not be assumed thatthere will be no effect on the marketvalue. An economic loss may becomeapparent at a later time. This meansthat the use of the material may needto be re-evaluated to determine its FairUse. Back to Board
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  48. 48. 25 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 29 30 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 The “50 Points” QuestionAs a College or University student, I’mautomatically protected under Fair Useguidelines when using the copyrightedmaterial. True or False? Show Answer
  49. 49. 50 PointsFalse. Although you may enjoy greatliberty, you have to be careful with thepurpose, nature, amount, and marketeffect when using the material.Nonetheless, crediting authors at alltimes is essential. Back to Board
  50. 50. Big Board Facts © 2010 Jeff Ertzberger All rights reserved. All Clipart copyright GraphicsFactory.com– All Rights Reserved. Some images have been modified from original version. This presentation may not be sold, or redistributed in any form without written permission of the author. For even more template games and great resources visit: uncw.edu/EdGamesBy using this game you are agreeing to our terms of use. End
  51. 51. CreditsOriginal game fromBig Board Facts © 2010 Jeff Ertzberger All rights reserved.Game modified to “Fair Use Basics” byLuis E Troncoso
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