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Use of Print and Electronic
Materials
Is It CopyRight Or CopyWrong?
April 3, 2008
Medaline Philbert
mphilbert@pace.edu
914...
Copyright Issues – a Quiz
A+ for participation!
MIT Libraries
Fair Use Quiz
https://libraries.mit.edu/files/ospcl/fair-us...
Overview
 Fair Use
 Teach Act
 Multimedia
 Permission/Licensing
 Review
 Resources
Fair Use
 Copyright Act 1976 – Title 17 Section 107
 Limitations on exclusive rights:
 Purpose and character of the use...
Fair Use contd…
 Copyrighted materials for Instruction:
 Location is dedicated to instruction and
material stays there
...
Multimedia
 Fair Use Guidelines for Educational
Multimedia (preparation)
 Students may incorporate portions of works int...
Multimedia contd…
 Fair Use Guidelines for Educational
Multimedia (permitted uses)
 Students may perform and display own...
Multimedia contd…
 Fair Use Guidelines for Educational
Multimedia (limitations – whichever is less)
 Motion media (clips...
Multimedia contd…
 Fair Use Guidelines for Educational
Multimedia (specific limits - whichever is less)
 Music – up to 1...
Teach Act
 Signed into law November 2, 2002
 Accredited non-profit educational institution or
governmental agency
 Poli...
Teach Act contd…
 Portion used is comparable to face-to-face
teaching
 Transmission, as technically feasible, is limited...
Teach Act contd…
 Conversion from analog to digital is permitted
if a digital copy is not available to the
institution
 ...
Copyright Duration
 How long does a copyright last?
 After January 1, 1978, life of author plus 70
years
 Joint work by...
Permission/Licensing
 When in doubt seek permission!
 Copyright – The rights licensing experts
http://www.copyright.com/...
Fair Use Copyright Quiz
 Copyright-CopyWrong?
Test your knowledge with Hall Davidson’s
Quiz
http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/p...
Review - Chart
 Technology & Learning
Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines for Teachers
Resources
 Copyright and Ethical Use of Data
https://www.lib.umn.edu/datamanagement/copyright
 Copyright and the Online ...
Resources contd…
 Digital Copyright - To subscribe e-mail: digital-
copyright-digest-subscribe@lists.umuc.edu
 Copyright...
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  1. 1. Use of Print and Electronic Materials Is It CopyRight Or CopyWrong? April 3, 2008 Medaline Philbert mphilbert@pace.edu 914-773-3945 Educational Technology Coordinator’s Advisory Board
  2. 2. Copyright Issues – a Quiz A+ for participation! MIT Libraries Fair Use Quiz https://libraries.mit.edu/files/ospcl/fair-use-quiz/
  3. 3. Overview  Fair Use  Teach Act  Multimedia  Permission/Licensing  Review  Resources
  4. 4. Fair Use  Copyright Act 1976 – Title 17 Section 107  Limitations on exclusive rights:  Purpose and character of the use  The nature of the work  The portion used  Effect of the use on the market
  5. 5. Fair Use contd…  Copyrighted materials for Instruction:  Location is dedicated to instruction and material stays there  Copy used is legitimate  Material is not available for educational use  Note: do not use technology for entertainment; don’t use bootleg copies, get permission when in doubt
  6. 6. Multimedia  Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia (preparation)  Students may incorporate portions of works into creation  Faculty may incorporate others’ works into creations to produce curriculum materials
  7. 7. Multimedia contd…  Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia (permitted uses)  Students may perform and display own works and may use in own portfolios (job and graduate school interviews)  Faculty may perform and display work created for classroom, independent study students, and online students  Faculty may show creations at professional symposia and retain same in portfolios (tenure, job interview)
  8. 8. Multimedia contd…  Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia (limitations – whichever is less)  Motion media (clips) – up to 10% or 3minutes  Text – up to 10% or 1000 words  Poems –  Up to 250 words  Three poem limit per poet  Five poem limit by different poets from an anthology
  9. 9. Multimedia contd…  Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia (specific limits - whichever is less)  Music – up to 10% or 30 seconds  Photos and images –  Up to 5 works from one author  Up to 10% or 15 works from a collection  Database Information – up to 10% or 2,500 fields or cell entries
  10. 10. Teach Act  Signed into law November 2, 2002  Accredited non-profit educational institution or governmental agency  Policy on copyrighted materials is available  Non-digital educational work (need permission for marketed)  Work was lawfully made and acquired  Work is integral part of class session
  11. 11. Teach Act contd…  Portion used is comparable to face-to-face teaching  Transmission, as technically feasible, is limited to enrolled students in the class  Reasonable measures implemented to prevent retention of the work beyond class session and unauthorized dissemination by recipients  Notice accompany work informs students that it maybe protected by copyright
  12. 12. Teach Act contd…  Conversion from analog to digital is permitted if a digital copy is not available to the institution  System will not interfere with the technological controls of the material  Copyright and Fair Use Blackboard FAQs  Comparison Section 110(1)-(2) by Laura Gasaway http://www.unc.edu/~unclng/TEACH.htm
  13. 13. Copyright Duration  How long does a copyright last?  After January 1, 1978, life of author plus 70 years  Joint work by two or more authors, life of last surviving author plus 70 years  Work for hire, 95 years from publication, or 120 years from creation, which ever is shorter  When Works Pass Into Public Domain (Lolly Gasaway)
  14. 14. Permission/Licensing  When in doubt seek permission!  Copyright – The rights licensing experts http://www.copyright.com/  Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia Andrews University  Asking for Permission Columbia University
  15. 15. Fair Use Copyright Quiz  Copyright-CopyWrong? Test your knowledge with Hall Davidson’s Quiz http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/peachj/edte230/co Answers with explanation http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/peachj/edte230/
  16. 16. Review - Chart  Technology & Learning Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines for Teachers
  17. 17. Resources  Copyright and Ethical Use of Data https://www.lib.umn.edu/datamanagement/copyright  Copyright and the Online User http://libguides.pace.edu/distance-education-services/copyright  The Educator’s Guide to Copyright & Fair Use http://www.halldavidson.net/TechLearningArticle.pdf  Copyright and Fair Use in the Library: Educational Multimedia http://molloy.libguides.com/c.php? g=58155&p=373907  Copyright and Fair Use – PowerPoint presentation http://www.ivyrun.com/education/resources/copyright.htm
  18. 18. Resources contd…  Digital Copyright - To subscribe e-mail: digital- copyright-digest-subscribe@lists.umuc.edu  Copyright Law of the United States http://www.copyright.gov/  Copyright-CopyWrong http://www.csus.edu/indiv/p/peachj/edte230/copyright/#article  Brooks-Young, Susan. Digital-age literacy for teachers: applying technology standards in everyday practice. Eugene, OR : International Society for Technology in Education, c2007.  Ibid – Making technology standards work for you: a guide for school administrators. Eugene, OR : International Society for Technology in Education, c2002.

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