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Copyright crash course

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  • 1. COPYRIGHT CRASH COURSE
  • 2. INVISIBLE WEB
    When GOOGLE can’t help
    Structured Databases
    Not easily accessible
    Search smarter
    Information Specialists can help access
  • 3. PUBLIC DOMAIN and ORPHAN WORKS
    Mass digitization providing public access to digital collections
    Better tools are being developed to identify works in the public domain
    Libraries are developing best practices to find the copyright owners of different types of works
  • 4. USING MATERIAL FROM INTERNET
    Copyright laws do govern material from internet
    Copyright laws have changed to no publication nor notice needs to be given to protect works
    Express license details the rights of the author
    Implied license is vague on rights of author
  • 5. LIABILITIES
    Peer to peer file sharing makes individuals liable for their own actions for copying and sharing files
    Universities and libraries can also be liable for the actions of their employees doing their job or students using internet at library
  • 6. FAIR USE
    Fair use works on implied rights works is les clear and broader
    Fair use on express rights works is best to use because it’s clear and reassuring.
    Educators and students should use express rights!
  • 7. THREE QUESTIONS TO DECIDE WHETHER YOU NEED PERMISSION TO USE A COPYRIGHTED WORK
    Is the work protected?
    If protected, has your campus already licensed rights for you to use?
    Is the work available freely on the open Web, and therefore covered by an implied license?
  • 8. TEACH ACT
    Became law in 2002
    Expands the scope of educator’s rights to perform and display other’s work in the classroom
    Use handy checklist to use Teach Act
  • 9. GETTING PERMISSION
    Copyright Clearance Center
    Copyright Licensing Agency
    Ingenta
    ASCAP, BMI, SESAC
    Motion Pictures Licensing Corporation
    CONTACT OWNER!