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COPYRIGHT CRASH    COURSE   ALBERTO GONZALEZ
COPYRIGHT Copyright is a legal concept giving the author of theoriginal work exclusive rights to use it for limited time.
LIBRARY AND GOOGLE           Library                   Google Limited resources         Unlimited resources Books    ...
PUBLIC DOMAIN ORPHAN Development of better tools identifying work in the publicdomain Working with other libraries Enfo...
EXAMPLES OF PUBLIC     DOMAIN ORPHANLibrariesMuseumsArchives
INTERNET COPYRIGHT When using information for research always source thematerial where you got the information from. Use...
PLAGIARISM Wrongful use of information stolen from a source withclose imitation. Not creating the information but ratherg...
CONSEQUENCES Fail a class Receive a 0 for a report and project Credibility downfall If caught in college transcript wi...
CREATIVE COMMONS Helps share knowledge and creativity with the world Infrastructure of digital creativity sharing and in...
TEACH ACT Separate set of rights addition to fair use display Teaching how to not plagiarism Not to inflict copyright i...
OVERALL Do not be tempted to plagiarize or use any copyright Use proper citation sources Use as very little sourcing as...
SOURCES Shea, P., Sau Li, C., & Pickett, A. (2006). A study of teaching presenceand student sense of learning community i...
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  1. 1. COPYRIGHT CRASH COURSE ALBERTO GONZALEZ
  2. 2. COPYRIGHT Copyright is a legal concept giving the author of theoriginal work exclusive rights to use it for limited time.
  3. 3. LIBRARY AND GOOGLE  Library  Google Limited resources  Unlimited resources Books  Multiple search engine Articles thesauruses connections (invisible web) Staff member knowledge  Sponsorships Access to internet  Linked websites
  4. 4. PUBLIC DOMAIN ORPHAN Development of better tools identifying work in the publicdomain Working with other libraries Enforcing the Copyright Act Mass digitization facilitated growing recognition ofoverprotection Digitization unleashes cultural heritage
  5. 5. EXAMPLES OF PUBLIC DOMAIN ORPHANLibrariesMuseumsArchives
  6. 6. INTERNET COPYRIGHT When using information for research always source thematerial where you got the information from. Use more preferred APA style Website location, article pages ect. Author’s name
  7. 7. PLAGIARISM Wrongful use of information stolen from a source withclose imitation. Not creating the information but rathergetting information without giving the author credit for theirwork.
  8. 8. CONSEQUENCES Fail a class Receive a 0 for a report and project Credibility downfall If caught in college transcript will state plagiarism Very difficult to get into a University Jobs will second guess a candidate
  9. 9. CREATIVE COMMONS Helps share knowledge and creativity with the world Infrastructure of digital creativity sharing and innovation Explore music, video, writing code creative work Global network support copyright act Case studies examples, whitehouse.gov, flickr
  10. 10. TEACH ACT Separate set of rights addition to fair use display Teaching how to not plagiarism Not to inflict copyright infractions System teaching in classrooms how not to use copyrightinfringements and not to plagiarize
  11. 11. OVERALL Do not be tempted to plagiarize or use any copyright Use proper citation sources Use as very little sourcing as possible Credit authors when gathering sources Use internet sources Consult with professor
  12. 12. SOURCES Shea, P., Sau Li, C., & Pickett, A. (2006). A study of teaching presenceand student sense of learning community in fully online and web-enhanced college courses. Internet & Higher Education, 9 (3), 175-190. Vesley, P., Bloom, L., & Sherlock, J. (2007). Key elements of buildingonline community: Comparing faculty and student perceptions. Journal ofOnline Teaching and Learning, 3(3). Retrieved fromhttp://jolt.merlot.org/vol3no3/vesely.htm
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