Public Domain VS Orphan Works
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Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)
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  • Copy cat get it cat!!!
  • What is Copy right?Need permission, only use for instructional purpose
  • Who Is The own? Two Reasons, who has more, or rights who do we ask permission to use work
  • What Rights Do you Have? Allow authors a set of rights that only they have access. Make copies, distribute to in public, Perform their work Record over digital network
  • Commercializing your work? Publish your work with a commercial for profit and or non profit publishers, you reserve the right to publush your work in public for example magazine.
  • Open Acces: This is literature, Who benefits from this: students ,teachers, readers, universities, journals
  • Not Commercializing Your Work: Creative Commons License will be used, rights to make copies, and distribute,
  • Copying from Internet: remember not all material are copyright free, don't think it is posted its public domain, once you decide to copy from internet the copyright protection is secure
  • Fair use of copyright: Fair use applies to the online enviroment, fair use is giving copyright permission to the owner to reproduce and give permission to others their work, by doing this the correct way it avoids lawsuits.
  • Four Factors of Faor Use: what is the reason to copyright materials: what will it be used for, How much information will be used? What effect will the information have on the market
  • Fair Use Sec. 107: libraries have a special set of exemptions, reserved rooms for images, audio, and audio visual works, library copyright for patrons , reserve is limited work use,
  • Fair Use Section 108: Library reproduction and distributions, patron requests, archiving, unsupervised copying news programs and contractual limitations on acquistions
  • The TEACH Act: Allows teachrs to copyright materials without seeking permission. Materials can be use for classroom instruction only.
  • Public Domain and Orphan works: Public domain is public access such as : Google ,yahoo, amazon, libraries ,achieves, Orphan works: is when the owner is no longer available, photograpsh, owner did not registered his work, photographs o
  • Getting Permission: Difficult but can be done, check it out , you may also get permission to register with CCC, request permission in writing, ask librarian
  • Copyright presentation mphernandez edtc6340(fourth presentation)

    1. 1. Public Domain VS Orphan Works
    2. 2. Sources
    3. 3. Resources
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