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    • opyright By: Ashley Burton Technology & Instr. Media Ms. Sharon Sumner
    • What is Media Literacy?
      • The capacity to access, analyze, evaluate, and communicate between messages
      • Includes dimensions that are both receptive and productive
      • Applied to entertainment contexts like newspapers, blogs, Internet communication and TV
      • Can be taught and learned
      • Helps people become critical thinkers, citizens and better communicators.
      • Public Domain
      • Permission
      • Fair Use
      • Legal Exception
      Copyrighted print can be used under these conditions:
    • Fair Use
      • Can get materials at conferences or festivals
      • Law provides copyright protection
      • Culture is copied
      • Not uncertain or unreliable
    • Copyright Laws and Fair Use
      • Image usage for student projects and for teacher use
      Internet T.V.
      • Tapes of broadcastings or broadcasts can be used.
      • Teachers may use cable is accessible
      • Alternative: Cable In The Classroom
      • Musicals, plays, songs, and operas
      • May be used for 30 seconds per musical composition
      • Multimedia program must have educational value
      Musical Works
      • Library can lend it out
      • Can be installed on multiple computers or at home
      • Library can make copies if necessary
      Computer Software
      • Videos, tapes, films, motion pictures, and presentations
      • Students can use 10% or 3 minutes of motion media (as shown below)
      • Teachers can use it in the classroom and copies can be made if stolen
      Audiovisual
    • Printed Materials (Short)
      • Poems-less than 2,500 words, 250 word excerpt of greater than 250 stories, articles, essays-less than 2,500 words
      • One chart, diagram, picture or cartoon per book/issue
      • Two pages from illustrated work (like children books) less than 2,500 words
    • Printed Materials (archives)
      • An entire work
      • Portions of work
      • Absolute work from existing format
      • Copies need to contain copyright material
    • Video
      • Videotapes (bought or rented)
      • DVDs
      • Laserdiscs
      • Copies can be made if lost or stolen
    • Illustration & Photographs
      • Illustrations
      • Photographs
      • Collections of illustration or photographs
    • Media In Education
      • Use of videos, audiovisual, and digital materials
      • Happens with understanding copyright with good usage
      • When teachers use licensed products
      VS. Media Literacy Education
    • Best Practice for using Copyright Properly
      • Only use for certain purposes
      • One should try decoding a message and make it their own
      • Sharing their own media to an audience allows feedback to develop better communication skills
      • Use it wisely! Be Smart!
    • Bibliography
      • http://mediaeducationlab.com/sites/mediaeducationlab.com/files/CodeofBestPracticesinFairUse.pdf
      • http:// home.earthlink.net/~cnew/research.htm
      • http://images.apple.com/ca/aperture/resources/images/prints/books/hardcover/artcollection20080206.png
      • http:// www.mediafestival.org/old_site/copyright_chart.pdf