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Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning

by Professor and Founding Director at Media Education Lab, University of Rhode Island on Oct 24, 2008

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Use these slides along with Renee Hobbs' new book, Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning (Corwin Press, 2010) to offer a professional development workshop for educators in your ...

Use these slides along with Renee Hobbs' new book, Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning (Corwin Press, 2010) to offer a professional development workshop for educators in your community.

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  • JPerino Peoria Notre Dame High School at Peoria Notre Dame High School Renee,
    This is a fantastic resource...when I linked to the Media Education Lab's page...I was in heaven. This is exactly what I've been looking for to help my students and teachers understand that fear is not the end-all tactic/approach for copyright, as YouTube (and others) would have us believe. My copy of Copyright Clarity is in the mail!

    Thanks!!!

    Jennifer Perino
    Peoria Notre Dame High School
    Director of Instructional Technology
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  • chamada74 Clint Hamada, Technology and Learning Coach, MYP Math and Technology at Yokohama International School Renee and Andrew, thanks again for this constructive discussion. Just when I feel like I have a decent grasp of the concepts surrounding Fair Use, Copyright, Creative Commons and how it all applies to schools and education, something comes along and makes me think more deeply about it. Sometimes I wish it was all so cut-and-dried to be easily understood. But then I remember that this is how our students must feel ALL the time!

    BTW, I'm anxiously awaiting the arrival of 'Copyright Clarity' to our professional resources library!
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  • ajJB2 Andrew Jeppesen, Secondary Language teacher at KGS Nihongo Thanks Renee 4 years ago
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  • reneehobbs Renee Hobbs, Professor and Founding Director at Media Education Lab, University of Rhode Island Hi Andrew: Thanks for your questions. (1) CC licenses do not interfere with fair use. See http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Frequently_Asked_Questions. (2) I could use a list of attributions if I wanted to, but it's not legally required. Attribution is an ethical consideration, not a legal one. By the way, I asked (and received) permission for the one image in the slideshow that I did not manipulate-- the surprised guy's face. Hope this is helpful. 4 years ago
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  • ajJB2 Andrew Jeppesen, Secondary Language teacher at KGS Nihongo Hi Renee,
    In reference to your response to Clint's comment, does what you are saying mean that if you use a CC image under 'fair use', you do not need to abide by the requests under that CC license; i.e. attribute the author or 'share-alike'? In terms of interfering with the effectiveness of communication, could you not attribute the creators on a slide at the end of the presentation?
    I too found your presentation valuable as well as the resulting discussions. Thanks.
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  • reneehobbs Renee Hobbs, Professor and Founding Director at Media Education Lab, University of Rhode Island Hi Clint: You'll get a fuller answer to these questions in the book, but here's the gist: 1. Attribution norms depend on context and situation. Different norms exist for different types of media genres and I don't use image attribution in the slides I create because it interferes with the effectiveness of visual communication. 2. I'm making fair use of copyrighted images-- and thank goodness, that CC licenses do not trump fair use. All other license agreements do--- so that's why this can be a source of confusion for people. Get Copyright Clarity-- available at Amazon.com today! 4 years ago
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  • chamada74 Clint Hamada, Technology and Learning Coach, MYP Math and Technology at Yokohama International School Renee, let me echo the praise: this is a fantastic resource for teachers, as is the Code of Best Practice in Fair Use.

    Two questions regarding your presentation, however:
    1. Is it necessary to attribute the images that you have used in your presentation?
    2. If one of those images is used under a CC Share-Alike license, should your presentation also be licensed under a Share-Alike license?

    I am by no means an expert in this field (which is why your presentations are so helpful!) so I would greatly appreciate your interpretations here.
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  • reneehobbs Renee Hobbs, Professor and Founding Director at Media Education Lab, University of Rhode Island Beginning April 10, 2010, you can buy a copy of Renee Hobbs' new book, Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning, available from Corwin/Sage Press.

    http://www.corwin.com/booksProdDesc.nav?contribId=611599&prodId=Book234088
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  • guestf68bd9 Loo Kang Wee great stuff!
    i am going to blog about this! Finally The End To Copyright Confusion Has Arrived
    thanks so much for your clarity and message.
    everyone around is confused, thanks to you, i know now.
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  • laurieyingling Lumen Christi School at Lumen Christi School Hey Renee
    Thanks so much for the great info and tools. I will share with my staff and continue to spread the word.
    Laurie Yingling
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