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    • Copyright Crash Course
      By Valree Martinez
    • Ready to Publish
      1
    • Who owns what?
      2
    • Authors are Owners
      Exclusions
      Work for Hire
      U.T. System Intelligent Property Policy applies
      3
      An author is someone who contributes expression to the work
    • Agreements
      4
    • Is it necessary to Protect Your Work?
      Decision:
      Can all or part be shared? Answer Creative Commons
      Decision:
      Register your automatic copyright with the Copyright Office
    • What does this mean?
      Prohibit others from being able to:
      make copies, prepare derivative works, publicly distribute, display and perform the work, and in the case of digital sound recordings, to perform the works over a digital network.
      Unless:
      5
    • No permission required
      6
    • Can my copyright be a HASSLE?
      Decide:
      Is there a functional need ?
      Is it a source of income?
      Can I share my work ?
      Timeline?
      7
      Don’t let your works become orphan works!
    • Thinking about using Internet Materials?
      Who is the owner?
      Mostly everything is protected by an implied license.
      automatically gives consent to commercial use of it without permission.
      What if I am the author?
      You want a Express License. Such as a creative commons license.
    • Educator Privileges-TEACH ACT Important information
      Type of copy
      withSection 110 permits those authorized to perform and display works under 110 to copy digital works and digitize analog works in order to make authorized displays
      Some schools/works are excluded.
    • Teach Act Checklist
      8
    • Works Cited
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