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Final Copy French Culture Project and copyright use

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Final Copy French Culture Project and copyright use

  1. 1. Copyright and Research Project fançais II Mme Frey
  2. 2. Project You will be creating a French culture project including food, fashion, family life, traditions, monuments, symbols, fameous people, Francophone countries, traditional folk songs or anything that interests you.
  3. 3. Guidelines *You will need to pay close attention to issues regarding copyright *You will complete the project using a web tool of your choice; i.e., emaze, slideshare, brainstorm, flipsnack, prezi and so on
  4. 4. Getting Started *Before we begin there are a few things you need to know about copyright laws, fair use and how to use material you find
  5. 5. What is Fair Use *Fair Use is an evaluation system that allows you to use parts of copyrighted material for educational purposes
  6. 6. How do we know if something is Fair Use? Ask yourself…
  7. 7. A. What is the purpose of the material? Acceptable uses include teaching, research and scholarly purposes B. What is the nature of the work? Creative work such as art, music, and literature highly favor asking permission to use C. How much of the work is being used? Small portions of a work in general is ok to use. There are guidelines though this can be vague D. What is the effect on the market? If it’s for profit then you cannot use
  8. 8. Copyright and Transformation Fair Use encourages the use of copyrighted material in a transformative manner This means as long as you change or add value to the material you are permitted to use
  9. 9. More about Copyright and Transformation Has it added value? Has it been repurposed? Example 1. Adding a famous quote or saying to an image in your project 2. Adding music to a presentation in a slide transition
  10. 10. What is Creative Commons? Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that allows the creativity and sharing of free legal material through licensed tools. Creative Commons works to increase creativity for cultural and educational content. It is available to the public for repurposing and remixing material See https://search.creativecommons.org
  11. 11. Citing your material When you use material that is not yours you need to cite your material. Example of MLA Web Sources Last name, First name. "Article Title." Website Title. Publisher of Website, Day Month Year article was published. Web. Day Month Year article was accessed. <URL>. For more examples on how to cite see https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/08/ For the MLA citation generator see http://www.easybib.com/reference/guide/mla/website

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