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    Copyright, Fair Use, Plagiarism Copyright, Fair Use, Plagiarism Presentation Transcript

    • Teachers what do you know about Copyright, Fair use and Plagiarism ? By Tracey Blue
    • What is it?
    • Copyright: Original Works of Authorship Includes: Literary, Dramatic, Musical, and Artistic Works Copyright Provides Exclusive Rights to the Author/Creator Any Violation of these Rights is Considered Copyright Infringement
    • Violation of Copyright search
    • Commonly referred to as:**Copyright Infringement ** using works without the expressed consent of the owner Use Includes: Reproduction, copying, duplicating, modifying, distributing to the public through sale, rental, lease, or lending, public display, and performance
    • Is it Copyright Infringement if...
    • You purchase a music CD and make copies to sell to your friends...
    • As the owner of a restaurant, you allow your staff to sing the traditional “Happy Birthday” song to patrons...
    • You record a program from the Public Broadcasting System (PBS). You show the film to your psychology class as part of a presentation...
    • You find a great lesson plan in a library book.You photo copy pages and hand them out to your students.You continue to photo copy and use the lesson for your class the following year...
    • Fair Use What is it ? - Fair use is a doctrine that was developed from court decisions throughout the years - Section 107 of the copyright law lists the purposes for which reproducing an authors work is considered fair use
    • Plagiarism one of the most critical intellectual offenses that occurs in the educational system
    • Unsure ? Research U.S. Copyright Law Consult the usage policy of your school or institution Review available “rules for writers” resources
    • Written and Produced by Tracey Blue Narration by Tracey Blue References Teaching Copyright. retrieved from: http://www.teachingcopyright.org/ U.S. Copyright Office - Fair Use. retrieved from: http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html