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Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
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Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
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Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources
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Digital Media Ethics & Royalty-Free Resources

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  • 1. Digital Media Ethics Royalty-Free Resources
  • 2. FACT FARCE or
  • 3. FACT FARCE or IF I FIND AN IMAGE ON GOOGLE, THE OWNER INTENDED TO SHARE IT, THEREFORE IT IS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN.
  • 4. FACT FARCE or IF THERE IS NO COPYRIGHT SYMBOL ON THE IMAGE, I DON’T NEED PERMISSION.
  • 5. FACT FARCE or EVEN IF I DON’T PROFIT, I NEED PERMISSION TO USE A WORK.
  • 6. FACT FARCE or IF I CHANGE THE WORK SIGNIFICANTLY, I DON’T NEED PERMISSION.
  • 7. FACT FARCE or SINCE I AM A TEACHER, I CAN USE ANY WORK FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES.
  • 8. OBJECTIVES Describe “That Law” Define Types of Free Resources. Share Resources
  • 9. Presenters... SUE REICHARD CHRIS DAVIS LIBRARY, MEDIA SKILLS & ART & DIGITAL MEDIA TECHNOLOGY TEACHER TEACHER TROY MIDDLE SCHOOL
  • 10. A Fairy Use Tale (View this video at: http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=CJn_jC4FNDo
  • 11. Copyright Protects Owner’s Rights Applies to digital content too.
  • 12. Can’t copyright an idea, only the form an idea takes.
  • 13. But I really want to use that work, I’ll just wait ‘til copyright runs out... WRONG ! - CONTINUE TO WATCH FAIRY USE VIDEO FOR INFORMATION ABOUT DURATION OF COPYRIGHT.
  • 14. So How Long Does Copyright Last? Almost Forever!
  • 15. Even copyright has its limits.
  • 16. 4 Factors NATURE Determine Fair Use: A MO UNT PURPO SE COMMERCIAL IMPACT
  • 17. HUH? NATURE PURPO SE AMO UNT COMMERCIAL IMPACT
  • 18. FAIR USE IS NOT A RIGHT.
  • 19. IT IS ONLY A LEGAL DEFENSIBLE POSITION.
  • 20. THE CHART HELPS BUT FAIR USE IS STILL CONFUSING
  • 21. AVOID COPYRIGHT-PROTECTED CONTENT Public Domain Royalty-Free Creative Commons
  • 22. A work in the Public Domain is free for anyone to use.
  • 23. Royalty-Free Once an agreement is made between owner/user, no additional payments (royalties) need to be made.
  • 24. Creative Commons Licensing which allows the owner to specify how the work can be used by others.
  • 25. ATTRIBUTION NO DERIVATIVES NON-COMMERCIAL SHARE ALIKE
  • 26. Attribution Give Credit
  • 27. Sharing Resources HTTP://DIGITALMEDIARESOURCES.WIKISPACES.COM
  • 28. Finding Images FLICKR.COM COMMONS.WIKIMEDIA.ORG
  • 29. Finding Audio SOUNGLE.COM ARCHIVE.ORG/DETAILS/OPENSOURCE_AUDIO
  • 30. Finding Video NATIONALGEOGRAPHIC.COM LEARNOUTLOUD.COM
  • 31. Finding Screencasts JINGPROJECT.COM SCREENCASTCENTRAL.COM
  • 32. Searching for Other Wikis
  • 33. FACT FARCE or
  • 34. FARCE IF I FIND AN IMAGE ON GOOGLE, THE OWNER INTENDED TO SHARE IT, THEREFORE IT IS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN.
  • 35. FARCE IF THERE IS NO COPYRIGHT SYMBOL ON THE IMAGE, I DON’T NEED PERMISSION.
  • 36. FACT EVEN IF I DON’T PROFIT, I NEED PERMISSION TO USE A WORK.
  • 37. FARCE IF I CHANGE THE WORK SIGNIFICANTLY, I DON’T NEED PERMISSION.
  • 38. FARCE SINCE I AM A TEACHER, I CAN USE ANY WORK FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES.
  • 39. Sources & Attribution Images • Book Stack, retrieved on 10/10/08 from website http://flickr.com/photos/partsnpieces/ • Crayons, retrieved on 10/18/08 from website http://flickr.com/photos/verylittledave/ • Troy, PA Map, retrieved on 10/10/08 from website http://maps.google.com/ • Man with Law Book, retrieved on 10/10/08 from website http://flickr.com/photos/brymo/ • quot;If you're not confused, you're not paying attentionquot; retrieved on 10/10/08 from website; http://flickr.com/photos/ • quot;Boy, n.: a noise with dirt on it.quot;, retrieved on 10/10/08 from website http://flickr.com/photos/b-tal/ • “Cash in Hand,” retrieved on 10/18 from website http://flickr.com/photos/sgw/ • “Me by Me”, retrieved on 10/10/08 from website http://flickr.com/photos/schoonman/ • “Force Push,” retrieved on 10/10/08 from website http://flickr.com/photos/parl/ • “Creative Commons Licenses,” retrieved on 10/19/08 from website http://www.creativecommons.org Videos • Fairy Use Tale Video, retrieved on 10/10/08 from Eric Fadden on website, http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/documentary-film-program/film/a-fair-y-use-tale • Times are Changing video, retrieved on 10/10/08 from website, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9vou4qUu5YY
  • 40. Sharing Resources HTTP://DIGITALMEDIARESOURCES.WIKISPACES.COM

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