CopyrightsTatianaCanalesEDTC 6340Summer I 2013Dr. Linda NewellUTB
Digitization Libraries are working to make digitalcollections open to the public. There are laws and policies that prote...
Google Book Search Work-around Helps to identify works in the publicdomain Ex: UT Austin Libraries Public DomainProject...
Orphan Works Unknown Author Could be available to the public digitallythrough reasonable searches(Harper, 2007)
Copyright Act There could be penalties for using orphanworks if owner shows up and reserves theright to ownership(Harper,...
Copyright Law © Notice is no longer needed to protectworks Any tangible expression is automaticallycopyright protected(...
Implied Licenses Reasonable expectations Presuming that any work posted to theinternet will be read, used, downloaded,pr...
Express Licenses Details the rights the author of the workwants the public to have Creative commons – sharing easy to a...
Liability for infringement Copying and distributing copyrightedwork without permission Individuals are held responsible...
Fair Use The right to use copyrighted materialwithout having to ask for permission Educational, research, and scholarly ...
Fair Use Cont. There are 4 fair use factors to determinewhether getting permission is necessary It is fair use if: Is t...
Available for use Unprotected works Library-licensed works Creative commons licensed works Implied license Lack of li...
Fair use exemptions Use only what you need Limit access(Harper, 2007)
Teach ACT Grants distance educators a limitedversion of rights held by educators in theclassroom You may need to revert ...
Getting permission Copyright Clearance Center, Foreigncollective, Image archives, Freelance writers,Music performances, P...
References Harper, G. (2001, 2007). Copyright CrashCourse. University of Texas Libraries.Retrieved fromhttp://copyright.l...
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  1. 1. CopyrightsTatianaCanalesEDTC 6340Summer I 2013Dr. Linda NewellUTB
  2. 2. Digitization Libraries are working to make digitalcollections open to the public. There are laws and policies that protectauthor’s works.(Harper, 2007)
  3. 3. Google Book Search Work-around Helps to identify works in the publicdomain Ex: UT Austin Libraries Public DomainProject(Harper, 2007)
  4. 4. Orphan Works Unknown Author Could be available to the public digitallythrough reasonable searches(Harper, 2007)
  5. 5. Copyright Act There could be penalties for using orphanworks if owner shows up and reserves theright to ownership(Harper, 2007)
  6. 6. Copyright Law © Notice is no longer needed to protectworks Any tangible expression is automaticallycopyright protected(Harper, 2007)
  7. 7. Implied Licenses Reasonable expectations Presuming that any work posted to theinternet will be read, used, downloaded,printed, etc. Excludes commercial use withoutpermission Vague boundaries-derivatives? Large-scale nonprofit distribution?(Harper, 2007)
  8. 8. Express Licenses Details the rights the author of the workwants the public to have Creative commons – sharing easy to apply to online posts(Harper, 2007)
  9. 9. Liability for infringement Copying and distributing copyrightedwork without permission Individuals are held responsible Universities may be held responsible forthe actions of employees and students(Harper, 2007)
  10. 10. Fair Use The right to use copyrighted materialwithout having to ask for permission Educational, research, and scholarly uses Collective licensing – CopyrightClearance Center Less clear, questionable Limit searches(“Fair Use”, 2013)
  11. 11. Fair Use Cont. There are 4 fair use factors to determinewhether getting permission is necessary It is fair use if: Is the use you want to make of anothers worktransformative -- that is, does it add value toand repurpose the work for a new audience? Is the amount of material you want to useappropriate to achieve your transformativepurpose?(Harper, 2007)
  12. 12. Available for use Unprotected works Library-licensed works Creative commons licensed works Implied license Lack of license needed for use(Harper, 2007)
  13. 13. Fair use exemptions Use only what you need Limit access(Harper, 2007)
  14. 14. Teach ACT Grants distance educators a limitedversion of rights held by educators in theclassroom You may need to revert to fair use(Harper, 2007)
  15. 15. Getting permission Copyright Clearance Center, Foreigncollective, Image archives, Freelance writers,Music performances, Play rights, newsarchives, movies Contact the owner, check the copyrightoffice, confirm authority to grant permission Get it in writing difficulty identifying owner and unresponsiveor unidentifiable owner(Harper, 2007)
  16. 16. References Harper, G. (2001, 2007). Copyright CrashCourse. University of Texas Libraries.Retrieved fromhttp://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/ Fair Use. (2013). Center for Social Media.School of Communication AmericanUniversity. Retrieved fromhttp://www.centerforsocialmedia.org/fair-use

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