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  • 1. Copyright
  • 2. Protection of original works
    Balance authorship and societal needs
    Promotes creativity
    What is Copyright?
  • 3. What is Copyright?
    Duration
    Public Domain
    Associated Liability
  • 4. What is covered under copyright laws?
    What is NOT covered under copyright laws?
  • 5. Users rights
    Flexibility
    Encouragement for increasing creativity, add to culture
    Fair Use gives…
  • 6. Criteria for Fair Use
    Purpose and character of Use
    Commercial or nonprofit?
    Transformative?
  • 7. Criteria for Fair Use
    Nature of work
    Designed for education?
    Facts?
    Entertainment value
  • 8. Criteria for Fair Use
    Amount and extent
    Quality and Quantity
    Less is better
    Schools of thought
  • 9. Criteria for Fair Use
    Effect on market
    Different format
    Future use
    What if?
  • 10. Criteria for Fair Use
    Intent
    What is your reason for using this material?
  • 11. Functionality Test
    Must meet all criteria
    Citing
    Disclaimer
  • 12. NCTE Code of Best Practicesfor Using Copyrighted Material
  • 13. Media Literacy Lessons
    Compare/Contrast, Key Points, Deconstruction
    Germane to project
    Attribution and citation
  • 14. Curriculum Materials
    Clips, copies, mass media
    Only what is necessary
    Meet stated objectives
  • 15. Sharing Materials
    Informal sharing vs commercial development
    Meet stated objectives
    Only what is necessary
    Promotionals…
  • 16. Student Work
    Excerpts of copyrighted materials
    Not a substitute for their creativity
    Have students assess and attribute
  • 17. Audiences for Student Work
    Intranet vs. internet
    Teach ethical use
    Model, model, model
  • 18. Stanford University School of LawFair Use ProjectFair(y) Use Tale
  • 19. 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