Fair Use and the Creative
  Commons in Rhyme
          Poorly Performed by:
Alexandra Dolan (tone-deaf extraordinaire)
Fair Use:



Fair use is a check and a balance on the powers given to the
owners of a work that has a copyright

Derived f...
Fair Use:




If we did not have fair use, the copyright owners’ control would
be absolute

We could not quote in order cr...
Fair Use:



But since we are not a totalitarian society, and instead embrace
democracy

We have fair uses that are allowe...
Fair Use:

There are four key factors to consider when determining if your
use is fair,

Straight from the US Copyright Of...
Fair Use:
One, consider the purpose and character of use

The more profitable your use is, the higher the likelihood it is...
Fair Use:



Did you, the fair user, act in good faith with the intent to teach?

Or, for a non-educational purpose did yo...
Fair Use:


Did you transform the work
that you sampled, or copy it
word-for-word?

Fair use doesn’t allow you
to blatantl...
Fair Use:



Two, what is the nature of the copyrighted work?

The less factual and more creative it is, the more pitfalls...
Fair Use:


Third, The amount and substantiality of the
portion used in relation to the copyrighted
work as a whole

Try n...
Fair Use:



Also, be sure to give credit where credit to the copyright owner
is due

If you mention them properly, they a...
Fair Use



Fourth, The effect of the use upon the potential market for or
value of the copyrighted work

If your use does...
Creative
                                      Commons:

So, where can you turn to when you want to find materials that
yo...
Creative Commons:


CreativeCommons helps to refine permissions and provide
copyright elucidation

By making different lic...
Attribution License:



The freest license available is the one called: Attribution

This license lets others distribute, ...
Attribution Share-Alike:



The second kind of license is called: Attribution Share-Alike

This license lets others remix,...
Attribution, No Derivatives:



The third type of license is Attribution No Derivatives.

You can copy without fear, as lo...
Attribution, Non-Commercial:



Attribution Non-Commercial is License Number Four.

You can use, remix and transform if yo...
Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share-
               Alike


 Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike is License Number
 Five...
Attribution, Non-Commercial, No
           Derivatives:


Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives is License
Number Six,...
Search Creative Commons:




Go to http://search.creativecommons.org/ to find materials that
you are looking for,

They ha...
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  • Fair Use And Creative Commons In Rhyme

    1. 1. Fair Use and the Creative Commons in Rhyme Poorly Performed by: Alexandra Dolan (tone-deaf extraordinaire)
    2. 2. Fair Use: Fair use is a check and a balance on the powers given to the owners of a work that has a copyright Derived from the protections afforded by the first amendment, we can quote, and we can cite
    3. 3. Fair Use: If we did not have fair use, the copyright owners’ control would be absolute We could not quote in order criticize, critique or say anything negative, we could not reasonably refute
    4. 4. Fair Use: But since we are not a totalitarian society, and instead embrace democracy We have fair uses that are allowed for in the copyright decree
    5. 5. Fair Use: There are four key factors to consider when determining if your use is fair, Straight from the US Copyright Office, allow me to share:
    6. 6. Fair Use: One, consider the purpose and character of use The more profitable your use is, the higher the likelihood it is a violation of copyright and could constitute an abuse
    7. 7. Fair Use: Did you, the fair user, act in good faith with the intent to teach? Or, for a non-educational purpose did you knowingly perpetrate a copyright breach?
    8. 8. Fair Use: Did you transform the work that you sampled, or copy it word-for-word? Fair use doesn’t allow you to blatantly plagiarize - to make that assertion would be absurd.
    9. 9. Fair Use: Two, what is the nature of the copyrighted work? The less factual and more creative it is, the more pitfalls therein lurk.
    10. 10. Fair Use: Third, The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole Try not to copy works in their entirety if it’s not necessary to reach your educational goal
    11. 11. Fair Use: Also, be sure to give credit where credit to the copyright owner is due If you mention them properly, they are less likely to sue
    12. 12. Fair Use Fourth, The effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work If your use doesn’t cause economic harm to the copyright owner, it is less likely to irk
    13. 13. Creative Commons: So, where can you turn to when you want to find materials that you know are okay to use for education? One resource that gives us guidance is CreativeCommons.org, a non-profit corporation!
    14. 14. Creative Commons: CreativeCommons helps to refine permissions and provide copyright elucidation By making different licenses available they hope to encourage a shared culture and collaboration The licenses include from one to four conditions: non-derivative works, non-commercial, share alike and attribution
    15. 15. Attribution License: The freest license available is the one called: Attribution This license lets others distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon the work, even commercially, as long as they credit the source for the original creation - a most liberal solution
    16. 16. Attribution Share-Alike: The second kind of license is called: Attribution Share-Alike This license lets others remix, tweak, and rework as long as they give credit and license their new creations under the identical terms. This keeps the sharing going, and helps creativity spike!
    17. 17. Attribution, No Derivatives: The third type of license is Attribution No Derivatives. You can copy without fear, as long as leaving the work unretouched and whole is one of your primary motives.
    18. 18. Attribution, Non-Commercial: Attribution Non-Commercial is License Number Four. You can use, remix and transform if you give credit, but financial gains must be foreswore.
    19. 19. Attribution, Non-Commercial, Share- Alike Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike is License Number Five. You can use it and your tweak it for non-commercial purposes if you also agree to keep the sharing alive
    20. 20. Attribution, Non-Commercial, No Derivatives: Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives is License Number Six, This license allows for redistribution for non-commercial purposes if you credit the creator - the most restrictive license in the mix.
    21. 21. Search Creative Commons: Go to http://search.creativecommons.org/ to find materials that you are looking for, They have lots of materials to choose from - all you could want - and more!

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