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  • Prosecution lawyers go after infringement in a fierce way. Also, if the author gives away his work, commercial interests may takefierce advantage of him.
  • Copyright is protection by the courts. Stop and think before you violate it.
  • The serenity of the clouds shows that the copyright decisions should be a relaxing experience. There is plenty of help.Done properly, it will avoid stress in the future.
  • Creative Commons is a good flexible choice for all media and widely available.
  • Many orphan works appearing daily because of mass digitization.
  • Be cautious about grabbing orphan works. Always try to get permission.
  • Fair use is evaluated by 4 court factors.Each has a weighting on the final the usage criteria.
  • Wallwisher had more emotional impact for this slide than the Powerpoint Venn diagram.
  • Expanded image to full screen
  • If copyright is properly addressed, all is predictable and peaceful.
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    • 1. Richard Wilson Revision 0.5
    • 2. Copyright isprotection
    • 3. Creative Commons Six levels of licensing No registration Worldwide In many websites
    • 4. Orphan Works
    • 5. Getpermission
    • 6. Character Nature Fair use criteriaQuantity Effect
    • 7. TEACH ActRules for distance learning
    • 8. Non-dramaLimited PortionsStill imagesAccredited educationalInstructor performsAttributionLimited duration
    • 9. ReferencesAmerican Institute for History Education (2012). [image of globe and laptop]. Retrieved from http://americaninstituteforhistory.org/services/distance.phpColindunn. (2012). Culture Builds. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/colindunn/5161119769/sizes/o/in/photostreamCreative Commons. (2012). Who uses CC ?. Retrieved from http://creativecommons.org/who-uses-ccUniversity of Texas Libraries. (2007). Copyright Crash Course. Retrieved from http://copyright.lib.utexas.eduVirginia Department of Health (2011). [image of distance learning network]. Retrieved from http://www.vdh.state.va.us/distancelearningWikipedia (2012). [Image of Abraham Lincoln]. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Abraham_Lincoln_November_1863.jpg