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Copyright and fair use for teachers

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Latest information on "fair use" for teachers, particularly as it relates to new guidelines recently issued by NCTE and others.

Latest information on "fair use" for teachers, particularly as it relates to new guidelines recently issued by NCTE and others.

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  • 1. Update
  • 2.
    • http://www.mediaeducationlab.com/index.php?page=293
  • 3. What is fair use????
  • 4. Fair Use
    • Copyrighted materials
    • Without cost
    • For educational purpose
    • For teachers
    • For students
    • Not specified by Copyright law
  • 5. Examples of fair use
    • Scholarship
      • Quoting sources in a research paper
    • Materials/handouts
      • Copies of newspaper article for class
    • Films, Youtube, filmclips
      • Just like I’ve done here
  • 6. Key points
    • Use materials for teaching and learning
    • Support critical thinking
    • Avoid significant financial harm to owner
    • Provide credit (cite our sources)
    • Transform original work in the creation of new work when publishing
  • 7. What’s OK for teachers
    • Make copies of internet article, TV show – use in class. Save for future use.
    • Use videos, pictures in presentations
    • Create and share curriculum materials and scholarship which include copyrighted materials
  • 8. What’s OK for learners
    • Use copyrighted materials when creating new works
    • Distribute their works digitally if they substantially transform the original work
  • 9. Grey areas – further discussion
    • Use in classroom vs. publishing (example: posting student work on Internet).
  • 10. Part of our job
    • Explain what fair use is
    • Model appropriate fair use:
      • Be firm about plagiarism
      • Cite sources ourselves
        • PowerPoint that uses images, include websites you got the images from.
  • 11. Further information
    • Read the report at:
    • http://www.mediaeducationlab.com/pdf/CodeofBestPracticesinFairUse.pdf 
    • Video explaining copyright and fair use – A Fair(y) Use Tale: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJn_jC4FNDo
    • Curriculum materials: http://mediaeducationlab.com/index.php?page=265
  • 12. Sources for this material
    • The Report: http://www.mediaeducationlab.com/pdf/CodeofBestPracticesinFairUse.pdf
    • NCTE: http://ncteinbox.blogspot.com/2008/11/fair-use-and-copyright-for-educators.html
    • Picture credits
      • Microsoft Office clipart
    • Video credits
      • http://www.mediaeducationlab.com/index.php?page=293
  • 13. As professionals, define fair use for our profession