Why not? 1. Copyright has expired 2. Author did not complete Copyright formalities 3. U.S. government work
Owners or authors are either: unknown, unable to be located, or are unresponsive.
It is a gray area because many boundaries can be disputed, especially in today’s world due to the increasing use of the online environment/ Internet.
Allows educators to display or perform (show or play) works in the classroom for the purpose of researching or teaching.
Purchasing a subscription from the website to legally use their materials. In music, the record label is usually the author.Request permission when needed such as Pbworks to edit/add information. Emails can be used to initiate communication.
Public Domain Works:<br />Work NOTprotected by Copyright and may be used freely by everyone!<br />
Orphan Works:<br />Orphan works are still protected by copyright.<br />
Content on the Web<br />Implied licenses give you rights but are not clear under the law.<br />
“Fair Use”<br />Fair Use is not a violation of Copyright.<br />
Fair Use Checklist ✔<br />1. ☐ Purpose & character of the use<br /> 2. ☐ Nature of the original work<br /> 3. ☐ Amount & substantially of the portion used<br /> 4. ☐ Effect of the use on the potential market for or value of the source work<br />
Teach Act !<br />Must be an Accredited Education Institute<br />Materials are for the purpose of education<br />
Getting Permission<br />Purchase a subscription <br />Request permission<br />