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  • 1. Find the video you need and avoid copyright issues Beth Filar Williams David Gwynn Electronic Resources and Information Technology Department, University Libraries @Andres Rueda [CC BY 2.0] http://www.flickr.com/photos/23327787@N08/3064596190/
  • 2. What rights does copyright grant? • Right to reproduce the work • Right to prepare derivative works • Right to distribute copies • Right of public performance • Right of public display
  • 3. Classroom use: What’s OK? Almost anything, if it is: • Part of the instructional program • Shown only by students and instructors to students and instructors • In a physical classroom/education space • Students and instructors are in physical proximity • A legitimate, legal copy with copyright notice intact • Not used for entertainment or recreation
  • 4. Can I record off TV? • Yes, but all the previously-mentioned conditions must be met. • Video must be shown within ten days of broadcast and destroyed within 45 days. • Face-to-face classroom use only.
  • 5. What’s not OK? • “Ripping” a video or using any other technology for circumventing copy protection • Creating a digital backup copy of an analog video (VHS, for example) if a digital copy is available for purchase.
  • 6. How about distance & online classes? TEACH Act (2002) permits digital transmission if: • Integral part of a single, typical class session. • Part of systematic, mediated instructional activity. • At the direction of or under the actual supervision of the instructor.
  • 7. But there are limits: • Fair use (“reasonable and limited portions”) • Must be a legally-acquired copy (no “ripping” or circumvention of DRM) • Transmission limited to students and educators • Preclude retention of a usable copy as far as possible (streamed vs. downloadable) How about distance & online classes, con’t
  • 8. • Actual damages • Profits • Statutory damages • Costs and attorney fees • Criminal liability • DMCA civil and criminal liability What are the penalties?
  • 9. Scenario #1: I want to digitize my home movies of a protest demonstration in 1979 and use these materials in an online class. Can I? @ danny.hammontree [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] http://www.flickr.com/photos/50016673@N00/18023812/
  • 10. Scenario #2 How can I use material from an episode of NOVA that I recorded last year?
  • 11. Scenario #3 Can I show a DVD in the classroom even if I just checked it out from the library or rented it, or do I have to own it? @john_a_ward [CC BY 2.0] http://www.flickr.com/photos/33624275@N00/313252221/
  • 12. Scenario #4 Can I show a bootleg video of a Grateful Dead show to my online class? How about in the classroom? Can I make it available for download if it’s password-protected?
  • 13. Creative Commons Basics http://youtu.be/io3BrAQl3so • An nonprofit corporation created to assist content creators in bypassing the restrictions of copyright: http://creativecommons.org/choose/ • A license you can get for your own work to ensure that it can be shared (or used by) others. • Look for this CC in order to use work by others!
  • 14. How Does It Work? …Creative Commons allows for “some rights reserved” • The creator gets to decide what those rights are rather than the law • protects free exchange of knowledge and collaborative work • Gives control back to the creator to say “Yes. Use my work.” Because copyright is all or nothing… http://uncg.libguides.com/content.php?pid=140286&sid=1197983
  • 15. • Attribution by • Others may copy, distribute, display, create derivatives, and perform but only if give credit the way the creator requests. • Share Alike • Others may distribute derivatives under a license identical to yours. • Non-Commercial • Others may copy, distribute, etc but only for non- commercial purposes. • No Derivative Works • Others may copy, distribute, etc only verbatim copies and not derivatives. CCLicenseConditions
  • 16. Streaming Film Subscriptions http://uncg.libguides.com/streamingfilms • Ambrose Videos • Alexander Street Press collections: • American History in Video • Counseling and Therapy in Video • Dance in Video • Ethnographic Video Online • Opera in Video • Theatre in Video • Films On Demand • EVIA Digital Archive Project • PBS Films (Via NC Live) • Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive • SWANK Digital Campus
  • 17. Alexander Street Press - Basics • Academic Video Online: one-search of all ASP video • Uses Adobe Flash • Create clips or playlists instead of whole film • Embed clips, playlists, films in Blackboard/Moodle • Streaming only, no downloads • Cannot show on your personal website or to a general public audience - you CAN show to your class F2F.
  • 18. Alexander Street Press
  • 19. Alexander Street Press
  • 20. Alexander Street Press
  • 21. Alexander Street Press
  • 22. Lets demo ASP !
  • 23. • Uses Adobe Flash • Can embed segments or whole films • Embed clips, playlists, films in Blackboard/Moodle • Streaming only, no downloads • Cannot show on your personal website or to a general public audience - you CAN show to your class F2F. Films on Demand - Basics
  • 24. Films on Demand
  • 25. Films on Demand
  • 26. Films on Demand
  • 27. Films on Demand
  • 28. Let’s Demo FOD!
  • 29. Swank’s Digital Campus: Basics • Over 18,000 films from major Hollywood studios available • Instructors must select films and embed in Blackboard/Moodle for students to view • Instructors can customize lesson plans for each film – use this in place of creating clips. • Plan ahead—it can take up to 10 days to receive film if no one else on campus has used it before • Cannot show outside of Blackboard/Moodle, but can stream in class
  • 30. Digital Campus: Basics  Step 1. Go the Streaming Films LibGuide and “log in to their portal” (you need a password)  Step 2. See what films are already available (once we buy one film for a semester, anyone can use!)  Step 3. Grab the link for the film you need to embed in Blackboard/Moodle.  Step 4. Don’t see the film you need? search Digital Campus Catalog (no password necessary)  Step 5. Request the film using the online form. Receive an email < 10 days that its available in the Digital Campus portal.
  • 31. Let’s Demo Digital Campus!
  • 32. Digital Campus: Lesson Creation For more in depth information on how to create a lesson plan, we have resources available from the Digital Campus page off our LibGuide: Video Tutorial (10 minutes) Instructor Guide (PDF)
  • 33. Digital Campus(what instructors see)
  • 34. Digital Campus (what students see)
  • 35. Adding in Blackboard
  • 36. Adding embed code in Blackboard: • Make sure EDIT Mode is checked as ON. • Click BUILD CONTENT. • Select ITEM.
  • 37. OPTIONAL: Creating lesson plans
  • 38. Q & A?

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