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  • Have conversation with audience….What is fair us to you?
  • Copyright law grants the sole right to publish, reproduce, sell, display, perform and prepare derivative works of their original works.Copyrighted material can be used without permission only in a few situations.
  • Schools can use any copyrighted material since they are a schoolUsing copyright material is ok if you don’t make a profitAnything on the Internet is in the public domainAs long as the material is used for “the good of the students”
  • It’s important that we know copyright and that we teach it to our students & teachers…………………………….
  • Copyright is the legal right granted to an author, a composer, a playwright, a publisher, or a distributor to exclusive publication, prodruction, sale, or distribution of a literary, musical, dramatic, or artistic work.
  • No copyright protection available for the following type of work: Facts, Ideas/Theories, Short Phrases, U.S. Government Works
  • Works that are originalWorks that are written or recorded in a fixed form: Research Projects, Writings you produce,
  • The Character or purpose of your useThe nature of the material being used The effect your use will have on the market value for the original materialThe amount of the work that will be used
  • When working on a research you must either be fair or you must have permission. Also, be sure to always cite materials you do use appropriately.Section II0 of copyright law allows public education to display or perform copyrighted material as long as it occurs during face-to-face teaching, the material has been lawfully obtained, and there is no profit being made
  • Grants users permission to use a work in specific waysAllows for community creation & adaptationCreative Common License take precedence over copyright
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    1. 1. Fair Use Of Copyrighted Materials
    2. 2. Profit ResourcesInternet Schools
    3. 3. To promotecreativity, innovation andthe spread of knowledge Article 1 Section 8 U.S. Constitution
    4. 4. Public Domain How it Works In Public Domain0 Creative material that 0 Expiration of copyright are not protected by 0 Failure to renew intellectual property copyright laws such as 0 Dedication-The owner copyright, trademark or deliberately places it in patent laws the public domain.
    5. 5. What is protected
    6. 6. Fair Use
    7. 7. Fair Use Factors to Consider……0 Material Factual 0 Fictional0 Material Published 0 Unpublished0 Market Value Difficult to 0 Renders purchasing Obtain pointless0 Market Value Users will seek full work 0 Easily-licensed0 Amount used Excerpt 0 Entirely0 Amount used  Relevant to 0 Heart of the Work lesson
    8. 8. In Education
    9. 9. Permission Frequency of your Get Permission Wait for Response useAuthor, Publisher If No, Use “Fair How it will be or other Use” or Choose used Beneficiary New Work Send Portion ofLetter, Form, or Material Being Copyright Used Clearance
    10. 10. Creative Commons Licenses….
    11. 11. Creative Commons
    12. 12. Plan to show a video as a reward to students…Use an DLP to enlarge a character for displaypurpose…..Use software CD on more than one computer….Find clipart online & add it to a PowerPoint….Copy pages for all of your studentsRequest written permission to use someoneelse’s work……
    13. 13. Think About…………
    14. 14. Work CitedColourbox. (2012, 01 01). Colourbox. Retrieved 01 29, 2012, from http://www.colourbox.com/media/2652959Commons, C. (2012, 01 01). Creative Commons. Retrieved 01 29, 2012, from http://creativecommons.org/aboutCommons, W. (2008, 02 20). Wikimedia Commons. Retrieved 01 29, 2012, from LuMaxArt Gold Guys:http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:LuMaxArt_Gold_Guys_With_Creative_Commons_Symbol. Jpgcourse, C. C. (2001, 01 01). Copyright Crash course. Retrieved 01 29, 2012, from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/Dreamstime. (2000, 01 01). Dreamstime. Retrieved 01 29, 2012, from http://www.dreamstime.com/royalty-free-stock-photography-word-copyright-image16575807Future US, I. (2012, 01 01). MaximumPC. Retrieved 01 29, 2012, fromhttp://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/byte_rights_we_cant_afford_no_educationPhotos, R. F. (2006, 01 01). 123RF. Retrieved 01 29, 2012, from http://www.123rf.com/photo_9467256_3d- small-thinking-person-leant-against-a-red-question-3d-image-isolated-white-background.htmlSalon. (1999, 06 14). The Webs Plagiarism Police. Retrieved 01 29, 2012, from http://www.salon.com/1999/06/14/plagiarism/Woodward, T. (2007, 10 02). Bionic Teaching. Retrieved 02 05, 2012, from Bionic Teaching http://bionicteaching.com/?p=411