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  • 1. Copyright Crash Course
    April Canales-Perez
    EDTC 6340.66
  • 2. Copyright
    Copyright is a form of protection for “original works of authorship”
    Photo courtesy of Alex NovoaFlickr.com
  • 3. Public domain
    Works are no longer under copyright protection so just like a public restroom don’t ask just use it.
    Photo courtesy of Mark Giles Flickr.com
  • 4. Orphan works
    Copyright act protects them
    Libraries are displaying more orphan works
  • 5. Copyright law protects all works on the internet
  • 6. Licenses
    Implied license
    • Vital to the operation of the Internet
    • 7. Boundaries are vague
    Express license
    • Explains what rights the author wants to have
    • 8. Creative Commons
  • Fair use
    Just because you acknowledge the source
    does not mean you have their permission to use it
  • 9. 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?
  • 10. Teach act
    • Accredited nonprofit educational institutions
    • 11. Covers works an instructor uses during class
    Photo courtesy of SchplookFlickr.com
  • 12. Getting permission
    • Contact author or publisher
    • 13. Research to find copyright owners
    • 14. Get written permission
  • References
    • Resource
    • 15. Harper, G. K., (2007). Copyright crash course. Building on others’ creative expression. Retrieved from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/
    • 16. Images
    • 17. (2009). A smarter dummy. U.Va. engineers building “virtual” crash test dummy. Retrieved from http://uvamagazine.org/research_and_discovery/ article/a_smarter_dummy/
    • 18. Dery, M. (2008). Orphan works. Retrieved from http://www.printmag.com/Article.aspx?ArticleSlug=Orphan_Works
    • 19. (2009). Getting started with websites: Introduction. Retrieved from http://divyun.com/page/2/
    • 20. (2010). Creative commons and intellectual property. Retrieved from http://chinesedrum.wordpress.com/
    • 21. PungoM. (2007). Fuzzy copyright. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/pugno_muliebriter/1384247192/in/photostream/
    • 22. (2010). SharePoint Item Level Permissions 2010 & 2007.Retrieved from http://dbweb.sbisite.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=80
  • References continued
    • Dery, M. (2008). Orphan works. Retrieved from http://www.printmag.com/Article.aspx?ArticleSlug=Orphan_Works
    • 23. (2009). Getting started with websites: Introduction. Retrieved from http://divyun.com/page/2/
    • 24. (2010). Creative commons and intellectual property. Retrieved from http://chinesedrum.wordpress.com/
    • 25. PungoM. (2007). Fuzzy copyright. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/pugno_muliebriter/1384247192/in/photostream/
    • 26. (2010). SharePoint Item Level Permissions 2010 & 2007.Retrieved from http://dbweb.sbisite.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=80