Using Media in Education
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  • 1. Using Media in Education Fair Use and Creative Commons
  • 2. Media
    • There is a broad range when it comes to Media
      • videos, images, music, books, newspapers, websites
    • All of these examples are eligible to be used in an educational context
  • 3. Fair Use in terms of Education
    • A concept that allows the sharing and distribution of copyrighted materials in educational settings without requiring permission or payment to the owner of the work or copyright owner
  • 4. Fair Use: Four Factors
    • Purpose and character of use
    • Nature of copyrighted work
    • Portion used
    • Effect of the use on the potential market
  • 5. Principles to Consider
    • Educator Perspective
      • Copyrighted media can be used in educational context
      • Curriculum materials may contain copyrighted media
      • Curriculum materials with copyrighted media can be shared
    • Student Perspective
      • Copyrighted media can be used in student work to create new content
      • Student work can be shared if new content has been created
  • 6. Example of accepted Fair Use
    • Two murals by John Biggers
    • Educator’s Potential Use
      • Include these in a curriculum that analyzes the impact of the civil rights movements on African-American art
    • Student’s Potential Use
      • Analysis of the colors and shapes used in the pictures and the relevance they hold
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  • 7. Creative Commons
    • A concept which allows creators to have a say in if and how they want their work to be shared or used
    • Allows for a collaborative and creative process where existing ideas and artifacts can be used as a base for new items
  • 8. Creative Commons Licenses Available
    • Attribution
    • Attribution Share Alike
    • Attribution No Derivatives
    • Attribution Non-Commercial
    • Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike
    • Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives
  • 9. Creative Commons Example
    • This picture is listed on Flickr
    • It has a creative commons license associated
    • Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives
    This image was obtained from Flickr from miscpix’s photostream © 2006 Under Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives
  • 10. Further Information