Protection of original works Balance authorship and societal needs Promotes creativity What is Copyright?
What is Copyright? Duration Public Domain Associated Liability
What is covered under copyright laws? What is NOT covered under copyright laws?
Users rights Flexibility Encouragement for increasing creativity, add to culture Fair Use gives…
Criteria for Fair Use Purpose and character of Use Commercial or nonprofit? Transformative?
Criteria for Fair Use Nature of work Designed for education? Facts? Entertainment value
Criteria for Fair Use Amount and extent Quality and Quantity Less is better Schools of thought
Criteria for Fair Use Effect on market Different format Future use What if?
Criteria for Fair Use Intent What is your reason for using this material?
Functionality Test Must meet all criteria Citing Disclaimer
NCTE Code of Best Practicesfor Using Copyrighted Material
Media Literacy Lessons Compare/Contrast, Key Points, Deconstruction Germane to project Attribution and citation
Curriculum Materials Clips, copies, mass media Only what is necessary Meet stated objectives
Sharing Materials Informal sharing vs commercial development Meet stated objectives Only what is necessary Promotionals…
Student Work Excerpts of copyrighted materials Not a substitute for their creativity Have students assess and attribute
Audiences for Student Work Intranet vs. internet Teach ethical use Model, model, model
Stanford University School of LawFair Use ProjectFair(y) Use Tale
http://www.ncte.org/positions/statements/fairusemedialiteracy, Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education, Adopted by the NCTE Executive Committee, November 2008. Becker, Gary, Copyright: A Guide To Information and Resources, 3rd Edition, 2003. http://voirdire.stanford.edu/program/centers/cis/fairuse/Fair(y)_Use_Tale_Stanford_Cut-stream.mp4, Stanford University School of Law Fair Use Project, 2007. Citations