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Ethical use of information in a multimedia world

  1. 1. ETHICAL USE OF INFORMATION IN AMULTIMEDIA WORLD Fair Use Attribution Creative Commons Search Citation Information Recommended Sites Within Creative Commons Derivative Works Alanna S. Graboyes George C. Marshall High School
  2. 2. FAIR USE. WHAT IS IT?U.S. concept, created by judges and protected by law.recognizes that certain types of use of other peoples copyright protected works do not require the copyright holders authorization .primarily designed to allow the use of the copyright protected work for :–commentary, parody, news reporting, research and educationASK YOURSELF:What is the purpose of your production? Is it for commercial or for nonprofit educational purposes? Fair use does not apply if it’s for a commercial/for profit production.How much of the copyrighted work did you use in the new work? Is the new work transformed and used in a new and different way? or is it the same as the copyrighted work?
  3. 3. FAIR USE GUIDELINES FORMULTIMEDIAMotion Media•Up to 10% of a copyrighted work or 3 minutes, whichever is less•Clip cannot be altered in any way•Be sure to have permission to use any video that you are cutting, makingchanges to, or imbedding in a project.Illustrations/PhotographsA photograph or illustration may be used in its entirety•No more than 5 images of an artist’s or photographer’s work•When using a collection, no more than 10% or no more than 15 images, which every is lesshttp://theedublogger.com/2012/02/09/the-educators-guide-to-copyright-fair-use-and-creative-commons/
  4. 4. FAIR USE GUIDELINES FORMULTIMEDIAMusic•Up to 10% of a copyrighted musical composition, but nomore than 30 seconds•Up to 10% of a body of sound recording, but no morethan 30 seconds•Any alterations cannot change the basic melody or thefundamental character of the workhttp://theedublogger.com/2012/02/09/the-educators-guide-to-copyright-fair-use-and-creative-commons/
  5. 5. “FAIR USE AND FAIR DEALING” ON YOUTUBECIS* Fair Use Legal Experts Answer Fair Use Questions(34:51)http://youtu.be/S521VcjhvMAA Fair(y) Use Tale (10:14)http://youtu.be/CJn_jC4FNDoFair Use & Copyrights (5:09)http://youtu.be/GidwzOYiPl0*Center for Internet and Society (Stanford Center for Internet andSociety
  6. 6. ATTRIBUTIONPortions of lawfully acquired copyrighted works may beused in academic multimedia projects.Remember togive full bibliographic information when available.http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/copyright1.html
  7. 7. WHERE DO I PUTCITATION INFORMATION?• Opening screen of presentation• On any printed materials accompanying presentation• Next to image: If the presentation is posted for distance learning, citations must appear on the screen when the image is viewed. http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/copyright1.html
  8. 8. Creative Commons Search - search portal RECOMMENDED SITEShttp://search.creativecommons.org/ WITHIN CREATIVE COMMONS SEARCH (EACH SITE WITHIN CREATIVE COMMONS SEARCH IS AN INDEPENDENT ENTITY). HTTP://THEEDUBLOGGER.COM/2012/02/09/ THE-EDUCATORS-GUIDE-TO-COPYRIGHT-FAIR- USE-AND-CREATIVE-COMMONS/
  9. 9. LOOK FOR USAGEPARAMETERS WITHIN EACHSITE, AND WITHIN EACHSELECTION
  10. 10. DERIVATIVE WORKS (REMIXES*)IMAGES OR SOUND ARE TAKEN FROM A RECORDING AND EDITEDINTO SOMETHING NEWAlthough the new video is your own creation, the images and sound youve used still belong to someone else.It doesnt matter if you recorded it for free from television, purchased a DVD, purchased a video game, or recorded it yourself at an event—you may still need permission from the copyright holder(s) of the material youdrew upon to make your new creation.http://www.youtube.com/t/copyright_permissionsRemix Culture: Fair Use is Your Friend (7:33) http://youtu.be/tCpBhU16TzI
  11. 11. WITH ALL THESE RULESHow do we not kill creativity,fun, excitement, andengagement and yet enforceFair Use laws?
  12. 12. WORKS CITEDDepartment of Public Instruction. State Board of Education. North Carolina Public Schools.Copyright in an Electronic Environment. 1997. Retrieved, October 17, 2012http://www.dpi.state.nc.us/copyright1.htmlEdublogger: The Educator’s Guide to Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons. February 9,2012. Retrieved, October 17, 2012.http://theedublogger.com/2012/02/09/the-educators-guide-to-copyright-fair-use-and-creative-commons/Electronic Frontier Foundation. Teaching Copyright: Fair Use: Remix Culture, Mashups, andCopyright. 2007? Retrieved, October 17, 2012.http://www.teachingcopyright.org/curriculum/hs/3Electronic Frontier Foundation. Teaching Copyright: Fair Use Frequently Asked Questions.2007? Retrieved, October 17, 2012http://www.teachingcopyright.org/handout/fair-use-faq
  13. 13. FURTHER INFORMATION:COPYRIGHT LAW AND FAIR USEhttp://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.htmlhttp://fairuse.stanford.edu/Copyright_and_Fair_Use_Ove rview/chapter9/http://www.copyrightwebsite.com/Info/Law/FairUse.aspxhttp://chillingeffects.org/fairuse/School of Communication American University Center for Social Media has a helpful Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Scholarly Research in CommunicationElectronic Frontier Foundation: database of copyright laws around the world at http://copyright-watch.org.

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