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    • Copyrights ANDY SANCHEZCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 4 TH PERIOD
    • Copyrights 2 When work is copyrighted it is illegal for someone else to use it and pass it off as his or her ownAndy Sanchez 3/29/2012
    • When you create an original work it is automatically copyrighted 3 Even if you don’t use the copyright symbol it is still protected by copyright lawAndy Sanchez 3/29/2012
    • Using Copyrighted Materials in a Presentation 4 You can still use copyrighted material in your presentation Rules for using copyrighted material are different depending upon whether the purpose is education or commercialAndy Sanchez 3/29/2012
    • 5 How to Use Copyrighted Material Write a letter to the copyright owner and ask for written permission to use the material Cite your source in a footnote, endnote, or credit lineAndy Sanchez 3/29/2012
    • What might be copyrighted 6 Published authors usually apply for a copyright notice through the U.S. Copyright Office Books, artistic works, and ideas are all copyrighted Material found on the internet is also protected by the same copyright lawsAndy Sanchez 3/29/2012
    • 7 Find out who owns the material you want to use Many Web sites have a Terms of Use page that lets you know who owns the material and what you can and cannot use from the site.Andy Sanchez 3/29/2012
    • 8 Find out who owns the material you want to use Write a letter to the copyright owner and ask for written permission to use the material Cite your source in a footnote, endnote, or credit lineAndy Sanchez 3/29/2012