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Copyright Copyright Presentation Transcript

  • Copyright A student’s guide
  • Image You have written a book Just released a new CD Filmed a popular movie
  • Copyright owner owns the right
    • Reproduction
    • Adaptation
    • Distribution
    • Public Performance
    • Public display
    • Digital transmission
  • Factors that determine Fair Use
    • Purpose and character of use
    • Nature of the copyrighted work
    • Amount to the copyrighted work used
    • The effect of the use on the potential market of the value of the printed work
  • Fair Use?
    • If you don’t have time to ask permission to use work, how can you determine fair use?
    • Go to Educator’s Guide to Copyright and Fair Use
  • Where can I find my information?
    • You can create, your intellectual property.
    • Public domain
    • Government documents
    • Internet Archives
    • Public domain movies
  • Where else? Creative Commons.
    • We just want to share and we wanna work together
    • Flicker (sorry, you can only search from home)
    • New York Public Library
    • Yahoo Creative Common Search
    • Free Sound Project
  • Graphics
    • Any image you create
    • Any object in public domain
    • Any object in Creative Commons
    • All clip art
    • Sites that allow use for educational purposes
    • One image scanned from a book
    • Objects downloaded from an HCPS subscribed online resource
    • Sites that allow use for educational purposes
    • Objects that you download and alter to create a parody
  • Music
    • Any music you create
    • Music in public domain
    • Music in Creative Commons
    • A maximum of 30 seconds of a musical composition
    • Up to 10 percent of a copyrighted musical composition for a multimedia presentation
  • Video
    • All video you create
    • All video in public domain
    • Video in Creative Common
    • Video that permit educational use as conditions of their fair use
    • Video downloaded from the Internet with permission from the copyrighted owner
    • 3 minutes or 10 percent of a video clip for a multimedia face to face presentation
  • Citations
    • It is always a good idea to cite your information
    • Ask your librarian if you are not sure how to write a citation
  • Bibiograpy
    • Simpson, Carol. Copyright for Schools:A Practical Guide, 4th Ed. Worthington, Ohio:Linworth Publishing, Inc, 2005.
    • HCPS. “Copyright.” 5 Oct. 2008 <>