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Educational Fair Use
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EME 5207, Module 3- Educational Fair Use and Creative Commons PowerPoint Presentation

EME 5207, Module 3- Educational Fair Use and Creative Commons PowerPoint Presentation

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  • 1. Kimberly Almeida EME 5207
  • 2. What is Copyright?
    • A law that protects the creators of “original works of authorship.” Protection is available for original works immediately after they are created regardless of if they are published, unpublished, or registered with the U.S. Copyright Office.
    • Visit find out more about the U.S. Copyright Law : http://www.copyright.gov/
  • 3. Want to Use Copyrighted Material for Educational Purposes?
    • You Can!
    • The Fair Use doctrine of the copyright law allows the use of copyrighted works without permission or payment if the use is “fair” according to the “rule of reason”.
  • 4. What is “fair” according to the “rule of reason”?
    • In general, judges and lawyers determine if the use of copyrighted material is “fair” by answering two key questions:
      • Did the unlicensed use “transform” the material from the copyrighted work by using it for a different purpose than that of the original?
      • Was the material taken appropriate in kind and amount considering the nature of copyrighted work and of the use?
      • YES?! Then you are likely to be using the document fairly!
  • 5. Common Fair Use Questions …
    • Can I use copyrighted material in lessons ?
      • Consensus: Educators have the right to use copyrighted material in lessons as long as the material is relevant to the topic being taught and they must use only what is necessary to obtain the goal.
    • Can I use copyrighted material to create curriculum materials?
      • Consensus: Educators can integrate copyrighted material into curriculum but they must provide attribution for quoted material wherever possible.
    • Can my students use copyrighted materials in their own work?
      • Consensus: Students can use copyrighted material in their work, however, it cannot be a substitute for their own creative effort. They must be able to show how they used the copyrighted work
  • 6. Educational Fair Use
    • Watch to Learn more! http://vodpod.com/watch/2474739-fair-use-for-media-literacy-education
  • 7. YOU decide how your work can be used…
    • Use Creative Commons!
    • Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that provides free copyright licenses to the public to tell others exactly how they can use their work!
    • Learn More at: http://creativecommons.org/about/
  • 8. Create and Understand Creative Commons Licensing Options…
    • Creative Commons License Conditions:
        • Attribution (by): Allows others to copy, distribute, display and perform copyrighted work but they must give credit in the manner requested by the author.
        • Share Alike (sa): Allows others to share work only under a license identical to the one that governs the creators work.
        • Non-Commercial (nc): Permits others to copy, distribute, display and perform copyrighted work but not for commercial purposes.
        • No Derivative Works (nd): Permits others to copy, distribute, display and perform copyrighted work but the work cannot be altered- must be verbatim.
  • 9. How do I Find Work Licensed by Creative Commons ?
    • Use Flickr ( http://www.flickr.com/ )
    • Click conduct an “Advanced Search”
    • Check “Only Search Creative Commons Licensed Content”
    • Type what you want to search and find!

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