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Copyright for Educators

by Educator, Author, Digital Storyteller, International Learning Consultant at Speed of Creativity Learning LLC on Feb 16, 2009

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A presentation shared at ITSC 2009 in Portland, Oregon, on February 15, 2009 about copyright for educators.

A presentation shared at ITSC 2009 in Portland, Oregon, on February 15, 2009 about copyright for educators.

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  • wfryer Wesley Fryer, Educator, Author, Digital Storyteller, International Learning Consultant at Speed of Creativity Learning LLC Spiro: I agree we need to use caution advocating the download of videos for use in the classroom as educators. I wrote an appendix in my new 'Playing with Media' eBook on that topic, actually. I think temporary downloads can be justified as fair use, as long as they are not redistributed. Technically every web browser downloads a cached version for playback, unless the media is truly streamed.

    I published the chapter on Copyright from my 'Playing with Media' eBook which is an update to this presentation. It includes a new mnemonic ('Harry Potter Can Fly' - Homegrown, Public Domain, Creative Commons, and Fair Use') for students and teachers to use when discussing copyright and media sources for research/projects. This is available on:

    http://playingwithmedia.com/pages/copyright
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  • brentdaigle Brent Daigle, Ph.D. , Researcher - Professor at Teacher Test Review, LLC Georgia State University is currently facing this issue -- http://chronicle.com/article/Publishers-Sue-Georgia-State/40816 2 years ago
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  • bryanfendley Bryan Fendley, Director of Academic Computing at University of Arkansas at Monticello Interesting perspective on copyright, I like approaching the subject from a different angle for a change. 2 years ago
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  • wfryer Wesley Fryer, Educator, Author, Digital Storyteller, International Learning Consultant at Speed of Creativity Learning LLC Glad you found this info helpful, Spiro! You are right about YouTube TOS. I do mention that now in presentations. If teachers are going to download videos, it's important to do so temporarily. From a technical standpoint, the web browser downloads a temporary version of videos too but saves them in the cache. I think this video download situation is a grey area but teachers can err on the side of a fair use defense when the copy used to show students is just kept temporarily, and used for non-commercial / educational purposes. 2 years ago
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  • oripsolob Spiro Bolos, Social Studies Teacher at New Trier High School Wes,

    What a great presentation! Word of warning, however: although I totally agree that annotations on YouTube videos are to be avoided in the classroom, downloading a YouTube video technically violates YouTube's TOS (Terms of Service). Not sure what to do myself in this situation...
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