Saving the copy and paste generation<br />Alberto Tudόn<br />
Training Agenda<br />Training Expectations:<br />The Public Domain and Orphan Works <br />Why all works can’t be digitized...
   How is an orphan work determined?<br />The Public Domain and Orphan Works <br />Why all works can’t be digitized.<br />
A reasonable search for the author is done and none is found.<br />The Public Domain and Orphan Works <br />Why all works ...
The Public Domain and Orphan Works <br />Why all works can’t be digitized.<br />     The owner of the work may return and ...
The Public Domain and Orphan Works Cont. <br />What libraries are doing about orphan works<br />Why all works can’t be dig...
Content on the Web<br />Using materials from the Internet <br /><ul><li>Copyright notice no longer required
All works are protected whether digital or not
Assume everything is a published printed work</li></li></ul><li>Content on the Web Cont.<br />Implied license<br /><ul><li...
Allows material to be part of the flow of creativity.</li></li></ul><li>Content on the Web Cont.<br />Liability for postin...
Universities are liable for student infringement</li></li></ul><li>Fair Use<br />The licenses that are available and sourc...
Fair Use Cont.<br />The licenses that are available to the public<br />The use of any material without the written consent...
Ensure that any digital clip is kept in a digital format with technological protection. </li></li></ul><li>Getting Permiss...
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Edtc 6340-66 copyright crash course alberto tudon 2nd ed

  1. 1. Saving the copy and paste generation<br />Alberto Tudόn<br />
  2. 2. Training Agenda<br />Training Expectations:<br />The Public Domain and Orphan Works <br />Why all works can’t be digitized.<br />Content on the WebWhy everything on the web isn’t public domain.<br />The Teach ActThe impact copyright laws have had on distance education<br />Getting PermissionWhere you would go to get the permission you need.<br />Sources<br />Sources used to develop this presentation<br />Fair useThe licenses that are available to the public <br />
  3. 3. How is an orphan work determined?<br />The Public Domain and Orphan Works <br />Why all works can’t be digitized.<br />
  4. 4. A reasonable search for the author is done and none is found.<br />The Public Domain and Orphan Works <br />Why all works can’t be digitized.<br />
  5. 5. The Public Domain and Orphan Works <br />Why all works can’t be digitized.<br /> The owner of the work may return and enforce his or her right making the violators legally liable.<br />
  6. 6. The Public Domain and Orphan Works Cont. <br />What libraries are doing about orphan works<br />Why all works can’t be digitized.<br />Searching for authors<br />Post with restriction<br />Make a calculated<br />risk<br />
  7. 7. Content on the Web<br />Using materials from the Internet <br /><ul><li>Copyright notice no longer required
  8. 8. All works are protected whether digital or not
  9. 9. Assume everything is a published printed work</li></li></ul><li>Content on the Web Cont.<br />Implied license<br /><ul><li>When an author posts something on the web without stating specifically what a reader may do with the material.</li></li></ul><li>Content on the Web Cont.<br />Express License<br /><ul><li>Very specific as to the use of the posted document
  10. 10. Allows material to be part of the flow of creativity.</li></li></ul><li>Content on the Web Cont.<br />Liability for posting infringing work<br /><ul><li>Individuals can be sued
  11. 11. Universities are liable for student infringement</li></li></ul><li>Fair Use<br />The licenses that are available and sources<br />Libraries<br />Copyright Clearance<br /> Center<br />Author<br />Subscription<br />licenses<br />Transaction<br />licenses<br />Creative Commons<br />licenses<br />
  12. 12. Fair Use Cont.<br />The licenses that are available to the public<br />The use of any material without the written consent of the owner carries a large financial penalty<br /><ul><li>$150,000.00</li></li></ul><li>The TEACH Act<br />The impact copyright laws have had on distance education<br />TEACH Act of 2002<br /><ul><li>When making clips of movies found on DVDs it must be made to an analog recording device only.
  13. 13. Ensure that any digital clip is kept in a digital format with technological protection. </li></li></ul><li>Getting Permission<br />Sources for collections of images<br /><ul><li>Academic Image Cooperative
  14. 14. American Society of Media Photographers
  15. 15. Artists Rights Society
  16. 16. Aurora Picture Network International
  17. 17. Media Image Resource Alliance
  18. 18. Visual Arts and Gallery Association</li></li></ul><li>Getting Permission Cont.<br />Some misconceptions about using music in education<br /><ul><li>Most colleges and universities do pay a fee to use music but only for a very limited use.
  19. 19. They are not allowed to play music in a dramatic setting like a play or dance without obtaining permission first.</li></li></ul><li>We can do it.<br />Together<br />Together we can ensure that our students complete the necessary work without placing themselves in a legal predicament..<br />
  20. 20. Sources <br />Sources used to develop this presentation<br />Georgia, H., (2011, Sept. 4 ). Copyright Crash Course. Retrieved from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/pdandorphan.html.<br />Georgia, H., (2011, Sept. 4 ). Obtaining Rights to Produce a Play or Musical or use live music in performance Retrieved from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/perform.html.<br />Georgia, H., (2011, Sept. 4 ). Fair Use of Copyrighted Materials. Retrieved from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/copypol2.html.<br />Georgia, H., (2011, Sept. 4 ). The TEACH Act. Retrieved from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/teachact.html.<br />Georgia, H., (2011, Sept. 4 ). Getting Permission. Retrieved from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/permissn.html.<br />

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