Copyright & Fair Use Original: Lawrence Tomei, Ed.D. (1997)  Updated: Chris Davis, M.S.Ed. (2007)
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The Intent...“The primary objective of copyright is not toreward the labor of authors, but "to promote theProgress of Scie...
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OriginTitle 17, U.S. CodeCovers authors of“original works ofauthorship”Published andunpublished works
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Exclusive Rights     Copyright holder has the exclusive     rights to:        reproduce or copy        produce derivative ...
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Additional RightsClaim authorship ofthe workPrevent the use ofhis or her name asthe author of adistorted version ofthe wor...
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Copyrightable?Literary works       Motion pictures                     and other A/VMusical works                     work...
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Not Copyrightable?Ideas or conceptsLists (showing nooriginality)Factual informationTitles or short phrases
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Features of Protection         Copyright protection         begins at the time the work         is created in fixed form   ...
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Protecting Your WorksPublication/registration notrequiredCopyright secured automaticallywhen the work is createdWork is “c...
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Protecting Your WorksUse of copyright notice no longer requiredUse of the notice informs public that thework is protected ...
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Using the © symbolThe notice of copyright is usually displayedin the following format© 2007 Chris DavisStandard University...
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Avoid Violating     Copyright LawsCreate your own contentand materialsStay within educational fairuse guidelinesUse royalt...
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Fair UseAllows for the educational use of resourcesCriteria   Limited access to the resources.   Limited time of use.   Li...
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Fair Use        ConsiderationsText:  Up to 10% or 1000 words of a work  Poem of less than 250 words  No more than 3 poems ...
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Fair Use        ConsiderationsIllustrations and Photographs:  No more than 5 from any individual artist  No more than 10% ...
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Fair Use       ConsiderationsMoving Images and Music:  No more than 10% or 3 minutes from videos  No more than 10% or 30 s...
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Permission and Online     ResourcesPermission from the copyright holder:  Selections larger than fair use allows  Permanen...
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Royalty-Free and      Public Domain ResourcesPublic Domain - use without permission  Resources with expired copyrights  Ce...
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ResourcesCopyright basicshttp://lcweb.loc.gov/copyright/circs/circl.htmlU.S. Copyright Office Home Pagehttp://lcweb.loc.gov...
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Copyright and Fair Use

  1. 1. Copyright & Fair Use Original: Lawrence Tomei, Ed.D. (1997) Updated: Chris Davis, M.S.Ed. (2007)
  2. 2. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  3. 3. The Intent...“The primary objective of copyright is not toreward the labor of authors, but "to promote theProgress of Science and useful Arts." To this end,copyright assures authors the right to theiroriginal expression, but encourages others tobuild freely upon the ideas and informationconveyed by a work...This result is neither unfairnor unfortunate. It is the means by whichcopyright advances the progress of science andart.’’-- Justice Sandra Day OConnor
  4. 4. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  5. 5. OriginTitle 17, U.S. CodeCovers authors of“original works ofauthorship”Published andunpublished works
  6. 6. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  7. 7. Exclusive Rights Copyright holder has the exclusive rights to: reproduce or copy produce derivative works based on the copyrighted work (right to modify) distribute copies of the work perform the work publicly display the work publicly
  8. 8. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  9. 9. Additional RightsClaim authorship ofthe workPrevent the use ofhis or her name asthe author of adistorted version ofthe workPrevent destructionof the work
  10. 10. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  11. 11. Copyrightable?Literary works Motion pictures and other A/VMusical works works worksDramatic works ComputerPantomimes and softwarechoreographic Sculptural worksworks fine artPictorial, graphicand fine artSound recordingsEmail
  12. 12. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  13. 13. Not Copyrightable?Ideas or conceptsLists (showing nooriginality)Factual informationTitles or short phrases
  14. 14. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  15. 15. Features of Protection Copyright protection begins at the time the work is created in fixed form The copyright immediately becomes assigned to the author who created the work Duration: life +75 years for work created after 1/1/78
  16. 16. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  17. 17. Protecting Your WorksPublication/registration notrequiredCopyright secured automaticallywhen the work is createdWork is “created” when it is fixedin a copy for the first timeCopies: material objects fromwhich a work can be read orvisually perceived either directlyor with the aid of a machine or
  18. 18. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  19. 19. Protecting Your WorksUse of copyright notice no longer requiredUse of the notice informs public that thework is protected by copyright, identifies ©the copyright owner, and shows the year offirst publicationWeb pages can include copyrightinformation
  20. 20. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  21. 21. Using the © symbolThe notice of copyright is usually displayedin the following format© 2007 Chris DavisStandard University Copyright:Copyright © 2007 Robert Morris
  22. 22. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  23. 23. Avoid Violating Copyright LawsCreate your own contentand materialsStay within educational fairuse guidelinesUse royalty free materialsUse public domain materialsGet the permission of thecopyright holder
  24. 24. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  25. 25. Fair UseAllows for the educational use of resourcesCriteria Limited access to the resources. Limited time of use. Limited quantity or portion used. Limited commercial effect to the author
  26. 26. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  27. 27. Fair Use ConsiderationsText: Up to 10% or 1000 words of a work Poem of less than 250 words No more than 3 poems by one poet No more than 5 poems from anthology
  28. 28. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  29. 29. Fair Use ConsiderationsIllustrations and Photographs: No more than 5 from any individual artist No more than 10% or 15 from collective works Link to the image if you can Purchase the image if reasonable
  30. 30. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  31. 31. Fair Use ConsiderationsMoving Images and Music: No more than 10% or 3 minutes from videos No more than 10% or 30 seconds from music
  32. 32. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  33. 33. Permission and Online ResourcesPermission from the copyright holder: Selections larger than fair use allows Permanent or recurring uses Widely distributed uses Uses with potential commercial implications
  34. 34. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  35. 35. Royalty-Free and Public Domain ResourcesPublic Domain - use without permission Resources with expired copyrights Certain resources owned with public fundsRoyalty-free - used according to license Stock photo/music libraries and clip- art discs
  36. 36. Notes__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  37. 37. ResourcesCopyright basicshttp://lcweb.loc.gov/copyright/circs/circl.htmlU.S. Copyright Office Home Pagehttp://lcweb.loc.gov/copyright/Copyright Clearance Center Onlinehttp://www.copyright.comMultimedia guidelineshttp://lcweb.loc.gov/copyright/circs/circ55

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