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Copyright And Intellectual Property - Laptop Leaders Academy

  1. 1. Copyright and Intellectual Property t cen tury Glenn Wiebe the 21s glennw@essdack.org ©2009 for
  2. 2. 60 minutes!? Are you kidding me?
  3. 3. 21st century copyright?
  4. 4. sticky ideas
  5. 5. think U-turns
  6. 6. there’s lots of helpful stuff out there
  7. 7. what’s your one question? what’s one specific classroom situation?
  8. 8. you might walk out with more questions than answers!
  9. 9. www.socialstudiescentral.com
  10. 10. Eric Holder lawyer
  11. 11. Eric Holder Glenn Wiebe lawyer not a lawyer!
  12. 12. copyright myths
  13. 13. If it doesn’t have a notice, it’s not copyrighted It’s not really a crime so I can’t get in trouble Everything I copy for class is Fair Use If I don’t charge for it, it’s okay The Internet is the same as Public Domain so I can use anything I find
  14. 14. If it doesn’t have a notice, it’s not copyrighted It’s not really a crime so I can’t get in trouble Everything I copy for class is Fair Use If I don’t charge for it, it’s okay The Internet is the same as Public Domain so I can use anything I find
  15. 15. If it doesn’t have a notice, it’s not copyrighted It’s not really a crime so I can’t get in trouble Everything I copy for class is Fair Use If I don’t charge for it, it’s okay The Internet is the same as Public Domain so I can use anything I find
  16. 16. If it doesn’t have a notice, it’s not copyrighted It’s not really a crime so I can’t get in trouble Everything I copy for class is Fair Use If I don’t charge for it, it’s okay The Internet is the same as Public Domain so I can use anything I find
  17. 17. If it doesn’t have a notice, it’s not copyrighted It’s not really a crime so I can’t get in trouble Everything I copy for class is Fair Use If I don’t charge for it, it’s okay The Internet is the same as Public Domain so I can use anything I find
  18. 18. copyright truths
  19. 19. “There is no such thing as true intellectual property; there is only temporary permission to control an idea.”
  20. 20. the law is designed to “ . . . promote the betterment of society by encouraging the creation of, and the public’s access to, useful works.”
  21. 21. the law is designed to “ . . . promote the betterment of society by encouraging the creation of, and the public’s access to, useful works.”
  22. 22. copyright protects “creative works”
  23. 23. unique way of expressing something
  24. 24. a creative work is anything original in tangible form: • Photos • Web site • Arrangement of facts • Music • Story
  25. 25. the creator has the right to: • reproduce, sell, or distribute work • publicly perform and display work • license work • create derivative works • control who else may copy the work
  26. 26. means what?
  27. 27. it’s not all about the guidelines
  28. 28. it’s about U-Turns
  29. 29. change focus from what is forbidden to what is permitted
  30. 30. when in doubt, err on the side of the user
  31. 31. teach the point of view of both consumers & producers
  32. 32. encourage transformative works
  33. 33. specifics?
  34. 34. use Public Domain works use government works use Creative Commons content use the “fair use” clause
  35. 35. fair use
  36. 36. The law does allow some use without specific permission: • to criticize / comment • to write news articles • for research / scholarship • to practice parody
  37. 37. when used correctly . . . “the fair use of a copyrighted work . . . is not an infringement of copyright.”
  38. 38. correctly means . . . “use of a work . . . in a reasonable manner.”
  39. 39. reasonable manner?
  40. 40. what is the nature of the creative work? published vs. unpublished out of print vs. available factual vs. artistic
  41. 41. purpose for using the creative work? commercial educational non-profit
  42. 42. impact on potential market? same audience as the original? new work contain anything original? putting money in your pocket or taking from owner’s?
  43. 43. how much? how often? is the amount reasonable? do you use the work more than once?
  44. 44. Huh?
  45. 45. no easy answers use the checklist for help
  46. 46. Remember: the words may & might guidelines are not laws % of use is not the same as % of impact
  47. 47. so now what?
  48. 48. ask permission
  49. 49. ask permission use Creative Commons
  50. 50. ask permission use Creative Commons be transformative
  51. 51. ask permission use Creative Commons be transformative think u-turns
  52. 52. a question you still have? a new resource or idea?
  53. 53. have more questions? contact: Glenn Wiebe glennw@essdack.org socialstudiescentral.com historytech.wordpress.com View presentations at: slideshare.net/glennw98

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