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  • 1. IntroductionBrowse frequently asked questions on thecopyright and terms of use for videos, images,sounds and metadata from JISC MediaHub,including: – Online use – Modifying content – Print use – Public use – Library use – Cite and acknowledge content This guide deals with JISC eCollections licensed content. These records are marked with a triangle icon in JISC MediaHub.
  • 2. JISC eCollections content• The JISC eCollections licensed films, images, sounds and data are marked with a triangle icon.• These resources are copyright cleared for use in education, but there are still restrictions on your use of the content.• If your college or university has subscribed to the JISC MediaHub service, you are an Authorised User and can download JISC eCollections content. The guidance here does not apply to content held on websites external to JISC MediaHub, marked with a red arrow. You must check the relevant external website for the copyright and terms of use.
  • 3. GlossaryAuthorised user Publisher Any student, staff or researcher from an institution that The person or organisation that has agreed to make their subscribes to JISC MediaHub, with a username and material available in JISC MediaHub. password to access their college or university’s online services.JISC MediaHub Repository A multimedia content service, for which UK colleges and A central place where resources are stored. Here we use universities pay to subscribe. repository to mean a storage place for teaching materials.JISC eCollections content Secure Network Videos, images, sounds and metadata that are covered by A network that is only accessible by authorised users from the JISC eCollections licence. These records are marked colleges/universities that subscribe to JISC MediaHub. with the JISC MediaHub triangle icon.Metadata VLE Refers to data describing a record, for example the Virtual Learning Environment, for example Moodle. metadata describing a video record will include fields such as; description, title, duration, collection and director.
  • 4. Menu JISC eCollections content – Copyright and terms of use FAQSClick any link to go to that category of questions:• Online use• Modifying content• Print use• Public use• Library use• Cite and acknowledge content Copyright: South polar chart and menu card with Shackletons hand-drawn map, Royal Geographical Society (1913-1917.
  • 5. Online use Online use • Can I download a video, image, sound, or metadata from JISC MediaHub? • Can I include JISC eCollections content in my assignment, thesis or dissertation? • Can I add JISC eCollections content to Moodle or other VLEs? • Can I upload a JISC eCollections video to YouTube? • Can I display videos, images or sound files on Facebook? • Can I include JISC eCollections content in a showreel? • Can I include JISC eCollections content in myCopyright: Internet addicts receive treatment in learning and teaching materials?Beijing, Getty Images (2005). • Can I add my learning and teaching materials to Jorum? • Can I add my learning and teaching materials to our college’s repository of teaching materials?
  • 6. Online useCan I download a video, image, sound, ormetadata from JISC MediaHub?Yes.If you are an Authorised User you candownload JISC eCollections content andsave it on your computer. You can alsodownload any other content that is held atJISC MediaHub. Copyright: Grotto in a berg, Terra Nova in distance, Royal Geographic Society (1911).
  • 7. Online useCan I include JISC eCollections content inmy assignment, thesis or dissertation?Yes.Remember you must add a copyright statementto acknowledge the source of the material. Copyright: Pop Art – Warhol’s art 20 years on, Getty Images (2007).
  • 8. Online useCan I add JISC eCollections contentto Moodle or other VLEs?Yes.Provided it is a Secure Network,which only Authorised Users fromyour college or university canaccess.Remember you must add a copyrightstatement to acknowledge the source ofthe material. Copyright: Local children marching for CDR, Getty Images (1985).
  • 9. Online useCan I upload a JISC eCollections video toYouTube?No.You can’t display or distribute any JISCeCollections content on the internetunless it is on a Secure Network. Copyright: Global interest in Susan Boyles audition performances for Britains Got Talent‘, Getty Images (2009).
  • 10. Online useCan I display videos, images or sound fileson Facebook?No.You can’t display or distribute any JISCeCollections content on the internetunless it is on a Secure Network.You CAN share links to JISC MediaHubrecords.
  • 11. Online useCan I include JISC eCollections content in ashowreel?Yes.You can include content in showreels,resumes and competition entries, withinan educational setting.Remember you must add a copyright statementto acknowledge the source of the material. Copyright: Reuters 30s/40s/50s/60sNOTE: If you are uncertain if your planned use of JISC Showreel, Reuters (1998)eCollections content is permitted, contactedina@ed.ac.uk. We can try and contact thepublisher on your behalf to request permission.
  • 12. Online useCan I include JISC eCollections content inmy learning and teaching materials?Yes.Remember you must add a copyright statementto acknowledge the source of the material. Copyright: Coloured Beehives 1, GovEd Communications (2009).
  • 13. Online useCan I add my learning and teachingmaterials that include JISC eCollectionscontent to Jorum, a free repository ofteaching materials?:http://www.jorum.ac.uk/Yes.Access to, and use of, the teachingmaterials will be covered by Jorum termsand conditions. Copyright: Rural women demonstrate the functioning of a milk cooperative, Getty Images (2000).
  • 14. Online useCan I add my learning and teachingmaterials that include JISC eCollectionscontent to our college’s repository ofteaching materials?Yes,• Provided that the repository is on a Secure Network.• The access to, and use of, the teaching materials will be governed by the terms of use of the repository. Copyright: Will you share a small burden with your neighbour, Imperial War Museum (1940).
  • 15. Modifying content Modifying content • Can I crop images or shorten videos? • Can I include a video from JISC MediaHub in a montage of videos from different sources? • Can I edit sound files? • Can I edit any metadata that I download from JISC MediaHub?Copyright: From a mummy case. Thebes, RoyalGeographical Society (1835).
  • 16. Modifying contentCan I crop images or shorten videos?No.No alteration, adaption or modificationsto JISC eCollections content is permitted.NOTE: if you feel the adaptation of JISC MediaHubcontent is essential to your research, teaching orstudies, contact edina@ed.ac.uk. We can try andcontact the publisher on your behalf to requestpermission. Copyright: The Captive, Imperial War Museum (1918).
  • 17. Modifying contentCan I include a video from JISCMediaHub in a montage of videos fromdifferent sources?No.No alteration, adaption or modificationsto JISC eCollections content is permitted.NOTE: if you feel the adaptation of JISC MediaHubcontent is essential to your research, teaching orstudies, contact edina@ed.ac.uk. We can try andcontact the publisher on your behalf to requestpermission. Copyright: Montage of postcards from Mey area, North Highland College (1915).
  • 18. Modifying contentCan I edit sound files?• Yes. For sound files from The Culverhouse Classical Music Collection.• No. For sound files from any other JISC MediaHub publisher.NOTE: if you feel the adaptation of JISC MediaHubcontent is essential to your research, teaching or Copyright: Norman Jays Sound system, PYMCAstudies, contact edina@ed.ac.uk. We can try and (1984).contact the publisher on your behalf to requestpermission.
  • 19. Modifying contentYou can edit sound files from The Culverhouse Classical MusicCollection files:• Users are permitted to extract sections for delivery in VLEs or on disc.• Using their preferred software, users are permitted to repurpose the wav files, including stretching or compressing the music, looping user-defined sections, and altering the pitch as well as using any future software developments.• The files can also be used to accompany film clips, although please note that permission should be obtained from the film owners beforehand.• Culverhouse Classical Music Collection comprises over 50 hours of copyright-free classical music, covering much of the core repertoire plus rarer pieces from the 17th to the 20th centuries. It is licensed from Brian Culverhouse, who, after 20 years at EMI, has been an independent record producer for 30 years, working with many famous performers. Copyright: Violin restoration, Getty Images (2008)
  • 20. Modifying contentCan I edit any metadata that I downloadfrom JISC MediaHub?Yes.Modification of metadata is permitted,provided that you do not:• remove or alter the authors names, owners names and Content Provider copyright notices. Or other means of identification, attribution or disclaimers as they appear in data that is accessed via the JISC MediaHub Service;• use any data retrieved from the JISC MediaHub Service for any commercial purpose whatsoever;• systematically gather metadata records Copyright: Toshibas latest technology operating a from the JISC MediaHub Service user remote personal computer (PC) through a mobile phone, interface for the purpose of Getty Images (2005). distribution via another online resource base or publicly accessible web site.
  • 21. Print use Print use • Can I print still images from films, images or data? • Can I use an image, still image from a video and/or metadata in my assignment, dissertation or thesis? • Can I use an image, still image from a video and/or metadata in my printed teaching materials? • Can I use an image in my college’s student magazine? • Can I use an image for my college’s Christmas card? • Can I use an image in my college or university recruitment website and leaflets?Copyright: Printers and design, DesignArchives (1971).
  • 22. Print useCan I print still images from films?Yes.You can print JISC eCollectionscontent.Remember you must add a copyrightstatement to acknowledge the source ofthe material. Copyright: February 1917, Educational and Television Films Ltd (1917).
  • 23. Print useCan I use an image, still imagefrom a video and/or metadata inmy printed assignment,dissertation or thesis?Yes.Remember you must add a copyrightstatement to acknowledge the sourceof the material. Copyright: Ethnographic map of Europe, Royal Geographical Society (1846)
  • 24. Print useCan I use an image, stillimage from a video and/ormetadata in my printedteaching materials?Yes.Remember you must add acopyright statement toacknowledge the source of thematerial. Copyright: WAAF Instrument Mechanics at Work, Imperial War Museum (1941).
  • 25. Print useCan I use an image in my college’sstudent magazine?Yes.Provided the magazine is not-for-profitand is only circulated within your college.Remember you must add a copyrightstatement to acknowledge the source of thematerial. Copyright: Russian Magazine Ogonek Special Anti- Chechnya Issue, Getty Images (2000)
  • 26. Print useCan I use an image for my college’sChristmas card?No.This would represent a commercial use.JISC eCollections content can only beused for educational use. Copyright: Decorating the Christmas Tree, December 1944, Imperial War Museum (1944)
  • 27. Print useCan I use an image in my college oruniversity recruitment website andleaflets?No.JISC eCollections content can only be usedfor educational, not commercial, purposes. Copyright: Men of Essex, Imperial War Museum (1942)
  • 28. Public useCan I display JISC eCollections contentduring a presentation or seminar?Yes.You can publicly display or perform JISCeCollections content as part ofpresentations at seminars or workshops.Remember you must add a copyrightstatement to acknowledge the source of the Copyright: Herbert Ponting lecturing on Japan usingmaterial. lantern slides, Royal Geographical Society (1911).
  • 29. Library use Library use • Can I make temporary local copies of JISC eCollections content? • Can I display JISC eCollections content on our library website to promote JISC MediaHub? • Can I use JISC MediaHub metadata in our library system?Copyright: The Library under repair at ThatonBurma, Royal Geographical Society (c1900.
  • 30. Library useCan I make temporary local copies ofJISC eCollections content?Yes.You can create a local cache of JISCeCollections content to ensureefficient use by Authorised Users atyour college/university. Copyright: A Naval Cave of Aladdin : Mines stored at Grangemouth, Imperial War Museum (1918)
  • 31. Library useCan I display JISC eCollections content onour library website to promote JISCMediaHub?Yes.You can also display JISC eCollectionscontent to train users of JISC MediaHub. Copyright: Atomic physics teaching aid by Teltron Ltd. , Design Archives (1971).
  • 32. Acknowledge and cite Acknowledge and cite • How do I cite the videos, images and sound files that I include in teaching materials or coursework? • How do I word an acknowledgement of the source of JISC eCollections content?Copyright: Thousands of pirated softwareproducts are crushed, Getty Images (1999)..
  • 33. Acknowledge and citeHow do I cite the videos, images and soundfiles that I include in teaching materials orcoursework?Always check the requirements of yourreferencing system.Example citations -In text:• In the film Night Mail (1936), the verse used was written by WH Auden. Copyright: Night Mail, Royal Mail Film Classics (1936).In list of references:• Night Mail, Royal Mail Film Classics, 1936, online video, accessed 2 July 2012, http://jiscmediahub.ac.uk/record/displ ay/007-00002922
  • 34. Acknowledge and citeHow do I word an acknowledgement ofthe source of JISC eCollectionscontent?Wherever you use content, you mustinclude an acknowledgement, orcopyright, statement.There is no standard format. We suggest Copyright: Night Mail, Royal Mail Film Classicsincluding the Title, Publisher and date of (1936).the content. For example:Copyright: Night Mail, Royal Mail FilmClassics (1936).