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    Copyright edtc6340.66 april_canales#3 Copyright edtc6340.66 april_canales#3 Presentation Transcript

    • Copyright Crash Course April Canales-Perez EDTC 6340.66
    • Copyright
      • According to the U.S. copyright office definition, copyright is a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States for “original works of authorship”
    • Public domain Works in public domain are no longer under copyright protection These works can be used, shared, and printed without the permission of the originator
    • Orphan works Copyright act protects works whose owner can’t be identified or located, and date created is unknown Libraries are displaying orphan works with special notice they can not be used for any purpose other than to read
    • World wide web
      • Copy right law protects all works on the internet even if it does not have a publication or any other notice
    • Licenses
      • Implied license
        • Vital to the operation of the Internet
        • Boundaries are vague
      • Express license
        • Explains what rights the author wants readers, viewers, or listeners to have
        • Creative Commons
    • Fair use
      • Is very vague when it comes to explaining how much of the work can be used without asking permission
      • Just because you acknowledge the source does not mean you have their permission to use it
    • Fair use factors
      • What is the character of the use?
      • How will it be used?
      • How much will be used?
      • What effect will it have?
    • Getting permission
      • Depending on type of work follow correct steps
      • Contact author or publisher
      • Research to find copyright owners
      • Get written permission
    • References
      • Resource
      • Harper, G. K., (2007). Copyright crash course.
      • Building on others’ creative expression.
      • Retrieved from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/
      • Images
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      • “ virtual” crash test dummy. Retrieved from
      • http://uvamagazine.org/research_and_discovery/
      • article/a_smarter_dummy/
      • (2008). Domaining. Domain names . Retrieved from
      • http://premiumdomain.ws/
    • References continued
      • Dery, M. (2008). Orphan works . Retrieved from
      • http://www.printmag.com/Article.asp x ?
      • ArticleSlug=Orphan_Works
      • (2009). Getting started with websites: Introduction. Retrieved
      • from http://divyun.com/page/2/
      • (2010). Creative commons and intellectual property. Retrieved
      • from http://chinesedrum.wordpress.com/
      • PungoM. (2007). Fuzzy copyright. Retrieved from
      • http://www.flickr.com/photos/pugno_muliebriter/
      • 1384247192/in/photostream/
      • (2010). SharePoint Item Level Permissions 2010 & 2007.
      • Retrieved from http://dbweb.sbisite.com/blog/Lists/ Posts /
      • Post.aspx?ID=80