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  • 1. Richard Wilson 02/11/2012 Revision 3
  • 2. What is copyright? A legal statement enforced by the courts to protect intellectual property. Comprehensive by default
  • 3. Copyright BrainstormingThe author has many choices about copyrightingtheir work.
  • 4. Handling Orphan Works The author cannot be found Legislation protects orphan works Overprotection is culturally limiting Google, UT others developing tools to help free what is in public domain
  • 5. Using other people’s materials Internet publishing implies a limited license not a commercial license For caution, get permission before use
  • 6. Character of use Nature of use Court fair use factorsHow much used Effect on market
  • 7. Limited time Limited Published audiencePersonal Fair Limited material use Fact Educational Critique
  • 8. Creative Commons Six levels of licensing No registration Applicable worldwide Built into many websites
  • 9. TEACH Act 2002 law expands educator’s rights Educator can show anything related to curriculum Materials must be pared down and adhere to section 110(2) for distance learning
  • 10. Section 110(2) DistanceLearning Legal to transmit non-drama Legal to transmit limited portions off all works Legal to transmit still images Non-profit accredited educational institutions
  • 11. Section 110(2) Conditions Part of institutional activity Performed by instructor Related to course content Attribute notice of copyright Limited to duration of class only Copies retained by institution
  • 12. ReferencesColindunn, (2012). Culture Builds. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/colindunn/5161119769/size s/o/in/photostream/Creative 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.edu/

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