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The Laptop and Intellectual Property: Copyright and Fair Use in a 1:1 Laptop Environment

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“I bought this DVD so now I can rip it and share it.” “My school bought that workbook so I can make as many copies as I need.” “No one has cassette players these days, so I am going to ...

“I bought this DVD so now I can rip it and share it.” “My school bought that workbook so I can make as many copies as I need.” “No one has cassette players these days, so I am going to digitize our collection.” “Fair Use means that I can share as many copies as I need.”
In this session Aaron Tyo-Dickerson will offer a brief overview of the legal principals of copyright and Fair Use and connect them to teacher and student experiences in the 1:1 laptop classroom with an emphasis on student copyright, teacher work-for-hire, and a “best defense” understanding of Fair Use. Participants in this session will take part in role play and hot seat activities to clarify their understanding of intellectual property issues and will receive editable copies of all presentation materials.

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The Laptop and Intellectual Property: Copyright and Fair Use in a 1:1 Laptop Environment The Laptop and Intellectual Property: Copyright and Fair Use in a 1:1 Laptop Environment Presentation Transcript

  • The Laptop and Intellectual Property: Copyright and Fair Use in a 1:1 Laptop Environment Aaron Tyo­Dickerson (atyo-dickerson@ash.nl) American School of The Hague
  • Some Introductions
  • Some Introductions • Aaron Tyo-Dickerson
  • Some Introductions • Aaron Tyo-Dickerson • American School of The Hague
  • Some Introductions • Aaron Tyo-Dickerson • American School of The Hague • The 1:1 Laptop Program
  • Some Introductions • Aaron Tyo-Dickerson • American School of The Hague • The 1:1 Laptop Program • And you?
  • Our Agenda
  • Our Agenda • Raison d'être
  • Our Agenda • Raison d'être • WIPO and the Berne Convention
  • Our Agenda • Raison d'être • WIPO and the Berne Convention • Definitions of copyright and fair use
  • Our Agenda • Raison d'être • WIPO and the Berne Convention • Definitions of copyright and fair use • Hot Seat
  • Our Raison d'être
  • Our Raison d'être • “Web 2.0”, “21st century skills” (and other buzzwords),
  • Our Raison d'être • “Web 2.0”, “21st century skills” (and other buzzwords), • ease of creation,
  • Our Raison d'être • “Web 2.0”, “21st century skills” (and other buzzwords), • ease of creation, • ease of sharing,
  • Our Raison d'être • “Web 2.0”, “21st century skills” (and other buzzwords), • ease of creation, • ease of sharing, • ease of finding,
  • Our Raison d'être • “Web 2.0”, “21st century skills” (and other buzzwords), • ease of creation, • ease of sharing, • ease of finding, • Role modeling,
  • Our Raison d'être • “Web 2.0”, “21st century skills” (and other buzzwords), • ease of creation, • ease of sharing, • ease of finding, • Role modeling, • Integrity, honesty, fairness.
  • WIPO and the Berne Convention
  • WIPO and the Berne Convention • World Intellectual Property Organization:
  • WIPO and the Berne Convention • World Intellectual Property Organization: • an agency of the United Nations,
  • WIPO and the Berne Convention • World Intellectual Property Organization: • an agency of the United Nations, • established in 1967,
  • WIPO and the Berne Convention • World Intellectual Property Organization: • an agency of the United Nations, • established in 1967, • 184 member states,
  • WIPO and the Berne Convention • World Intellectual Property Organization: • an agency of the United Nations, • established in 1967, • 184 member states, • Berne Convention
  • WIPO and the Berne Convention • World Intellectual Property Organization: • an agency of the United Nations, • established in 1967, • 184 member states, • Berne Convention • international copyright agreement,
  • WIPO and the Berne Convention • World Intellectual Property Organization: • an agency of the United Nations, • established in 1967, • 184 member states, • Berne Convention • international copyright agreement, • first drafted in 1886 (in Berne),
  • WIPO and the Berne Convention • World Intellectual Property Organization: • an agency of the United Nations, • established in 1967, • 184 member states, • Berne Convention • international copyright agreement, • first drafted in 1886 (in Berne), • 164 contracting parties (World Intellectual Property, n.d.).
  • The Berne Convention (Canuckguy, 2009)
  • The Berne Convention (Canuckguy, 2009)
  • Copyright
  • Copyright • What can be copyrighted?
  • Copyright • What can be copyrighted? • “every production in the literary, scientific and artistic domain, whatever may be the mode or form of its expression”
  • Copyright • What can be copyrighted? • “every production in the literary, scientific and artistic domain, whatever may be the mode or form of its expression” • text, images, audio, video, et cetera
  • Copyright • What can be copyrighted? • “every production in the literary, scientific and artistic domain, whatever may be the mode or form of its expression” • text, images, audio, video, et cetera • How is copyright created?
  • Copyright • What can be copyrighted? • “every production in the literary, scientific and artistic domain, whatever may be the mode or form of its expression” • text, images, audio, video, et cetera • How is copyright created? • Who creates copyright?
  • Copyright • What can be copyrighted? • “every production in the literary, scientific and artistic domain, whatever may be the mode or form of its expression” • text, images, audio, video, et cetera • How is copyright created? • Who creates copyright? • When does copyright exist or expire? ("About Copyright," n.d.)
  • Copyright
  • Copyright • What rights does copyright protect?
  • Copyright • What rights does copyright protect? • translation,
  • Copyright • What rights does copyright protect? • translation, • adaptation/arrangement,
  • Copyright • What rights does copyright protect? • translation, • adaptation/arrangement, • performance/recitation,
  • Copyright • What rights does copyright protect? • translation, • adaptation/arrangement, • performance/recitation, • communication (publication/broadcast),
  • Copyright • What rights does copyright protect? • translation, • adaptation/arrangement, • performance/recitation, • communication (publication/broadcast), • reproduction and/or distribution
  • Copyright • What rights does copyright protect? • translation, • adaptation/arrangement, • performance/recitation, • communication (publication/broadcast), • reproduction and/or distribution • recognition of authorship ("About Copyright," n.d.)
  • Fair Use (Fair Practice)
  • Fair Use (Fair Practice) • Quotation,
  • Fair Use (Fair Practice) • Quotation, • Illustration,
  • Fair Use (Fair Practice) • Quotation, • Illustration, • Indication ("Berne Convention for the Protection," n.d.).
  • Hot Seat
  • Hot Seat (M, 2006)
  • Hot Seat (M, 2006) (Johnny_automatic, 2007)
  • Hot Seat
  • Questions?
  • References About copyright. (n.d.). World Intellectual Property Organization [Website]. Retrieved October, 2010, from General information on copyright Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works. (n.d.). World Intellectual Property Organization [Website]. Retrieved October, 2010, from http://www.wipo.int/treaties/en/ ip/berne/trtdocs_wo001.html Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works. (n.d.). World Intellectual Property Organization (article 10 certain free uses of works) [Website]. Retrieved October, 2010, from http://www.wipo.int/treaties/en/ip/berne/trtdocs_wo001.html#P144_26032 Canuckguy. (2009, October 6). Berne Convention signatories [Digital image]. Retrieved from Wikimedia Commons website: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Berne_Convention_signatories.svg CFLM001 (2009, October 6). Berne Convention signatories [Digital image]. Retrieved from http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Berne_Convention_signatories.svg Contracting parties. (n.d.). World Intellectual Property Organization [Website]. Retrieved October, 2010, from http://www.wipo.int/treaties/en/ShowResults.jsp?lang=en&treaty_id=15 Johnny_automatic. (2007, October 30). Imp [Digital image]. Retrieved from Open Clip Art Library website: http://www.openclipart.org/detail/7543 M, P. (2006, October 20). Angel wings 2 [Digital image]. Retrieved from Open Clip Art Library website: http://www.openclipart.org/detail/785 World Intellectual Property Organization [Website]. (n.d.). Retrieved October, 2010, from http://www.wipo.int/