Edtc6340 63 esther_sauceda_copyright_overview

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Edtc6340 63 esther_sauceda_copyright_overview

  1. 1. COPYRIGHT OVERVIEW Esther Sauceda EDTC6340_63 Sunday, September 04, 2011
  2. 2. What is Copyright? A copyright is a form of intellectual property that grants its holder the sole legal right to copy their works of original expressions such as:  Literaryworks  Sound recording  Motion pictures  Computer Software  Paintings  Musicals  Architectural works
  3. 3. Ownership rights The creator of the works has the sole right to sell it, make derivative works, distribute the work, perform publicly, and display the work. The law protects the creator’s works for the “life of the author” plus 70 years after the death of the author.
  4. 4. What copyright does notprotect? Works lacking originality Procedures Ideas Freeware Works in the public domain
  5. 5. Fair Use Doctrine Allows images and short pieces of work for educational purposes, criticism and commentary without the owner’s permission.
  6. 6. Fair Use for educationalpurposes Images  5 images are allowed from an artist or photographer Legally acquired movies  3 minutes or 10% whichever one is less Music/tune  30 seconds or 10% whichever one is less Copies must be made from the legal acquired original  Copy from copy is not allowed Print  Can not be 10% of the entire literature Sources should always be cited
  7. 7. Copyright Violation Court use four elements to determine fair use  Purpose of use  Length of material used  How the use will affect the original work  Will it cause economic hard to the creator Penalties  Up to $150,000 for copyright violation
  8. 8. Using others works Students and staff may use others works in their original work or may display others work. Works may be used for the purpose of…  Class assignments  Assessments  Curriculum materials  Student portfolios
  9. 9. ReferencesUniversity of Texas Libraries (2001). Copyright crash course. Retrieved on September 3, 2011 from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/

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