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Copyright, Creative Commons, and Streaming Films @ UNCG Libraries

  1. 1. Find the video you need and avoid copyright issues Beth Filar Williams David Gwynn Electronic Resources and Information Technology Department, University Libraries @Andres Rueda [CC BY 2.0] http://www.flickr.com/photos/23327787@N08/3064596190/
  2. 2. What rights does copyright grant? • Right to reproduce the work • Right to prepare derivative works • Right to distribute copies • Right of public performance • Right of public display
  3. 3. Classroom use: What’s OK? Almost anything, if it is: • Part of the instructional program • Shown only by students and instructors to students and instructors • In a physical classroom/education space • Students and instructors are in physical proximity • A legitimate, legal copy with copyright notice intact • Not used for entertainment or recreation
  4. 4. Can I record off TV? • Yes, but all the previously-mentioned conditions must be met. • Video must be shown within ten days of broadcast and destroyed within 45 days. • Face-to-face classroom use only.
  5. 5. What’s not OK? • “Ripping” a video or using any other technology for circumventing copy protection • Creating a digital backup copy of an analog video (VHS, for example) if a digital copy is available for purchase.
  6. 6. How about distance & online classes? TEACH Act (2002) permits digital transmission if: • Integral part of a single, typical class session. • Part of systematic, mediated instructional activity. • At the direction of or under the actual supervision of the instructor.
  7. 7. But there are limits: • Fair use (“reasonable and limited portions”) • Must be a legally-acquired copy (no “ripping” or circumvention of DRM) • Transmission limited to students and educators • Preclude retention of a usable copy as far as possible (streamed vs. downloadable) How about distance & online classes, con’t
  8. 8. • Actual damages • Profits • Statutory damages • Costs and attorney fees • Criminal liability • DMCA civil and criminal liability What are the penalties?
  9. 9. Scenario #1: I want to digitize my home movies of a protest demonstration in 1979 and use these materials in an online class. Can I? @ danny.hammontree [CC BY-NC-ND 2.0] http://www.flickr.com/photos/50016673@N00/18023812/
  10. 10. Scenario #2 How can I use material from an episode of NOVA that I recorded last year?
  11. 11. Scenario #3 Can I show a DVD in the classroom even if I just checked it out from the library or rented it, or do I have to own it? @john_a_ward [CC BY 2.0] http://www.flickr.com/photos/33624275@N00/313252221/
  12. 12. Scenario #4 Can I show a bootleg video of a Grateful Dead show to my online class? How about in the classroom? Can I make it available for download if it’s password-protected?
  13. 13. Creative Commons Basics http://youtu.be/io3BrAQl3so • An nonprofit corporation created to assist content creators in bypassing the restrictions of copyright: http://creativecommons.org/choose/ • A license you can get for your own work to ensure that it can be shared (or used by) others. • Look for this CC in order to use work by others!
  14. 14. How Does It Work? …Creative Commons allows for “some rights reserved” • The creator gets to decide what those rights are rather than the law • protects free exchange of knowledge and collaborative work • Gives control back to the creator to say “Yes. Use my work.” Because copyright is all or nothing… http://uncg.libguides.com/content.php?pid=140286&sid=1197983
  15. 15. • Attribution by • Others may copy, distribute, display, create derivatives, and perform but only if give credit the way the creator requests. • Share Alike • Others may distribute derivatives under a license identical to yours. • Non-Commercial • Others may copy, distribute, etc but only for non- commercial purposes. • No Derivative Works • Others may copy, distribute, etc only verbatim copies and not derivatives. CCLicenseConditions
  16. 16. Streaming Film Subscriptions http://uncg.libguides.com/streamingfilms • Ambrose Videos • Alexander Street Press collections: • American History in Video • Counseling and Therapy in Video • Dance in Video • Ethnographic Video Online • Opera in Video • Theatre in Video • Films On Demand • EVIA Digital Archive Project • PBS Films (Via NC Live) • Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive • SWANK Digital Campus
  17. 17. Alexander Street Press - Basics • Academic Video Online: one-search of all ASP video • Uses Adobe Flash • Create clips or playlists instead of whole film • Embed clips, playlists, films in Blackboard/Moodle • Streaming only, no downloads • Cannot show on your personal website or to a general public audience - you CAN show to your class F2F.
  18. 18. Alexander Street Press
  19. 19. Alexander Street Press
  20. 20. Alexander Street Press
  21. 21. Alexander Street Press
  22. 22. Lets demo ASP !
  23. 23. • Uses Adobe Flash • Can embed segments or whole films • Embed clips, playlists, films in Blackboard/Moodle • Streaming only, no downloads • Cannot show on your personal website or to a general public audience - you CAN show to your class F2F. Films on Demand - Basics
  24. 24. Films on Demand
  25. 25. Films on Demand
  26. 26. Films on Demand
  27. 27. Films on Demand
  28. 28. Let’s Demo FOD!
  29. 29. Swank’s Digital Campus: Basics • Over 18,000 films from major Hollywood studios available • Instructors must select films and embed in Blackboard/Moodle for students to view • Instructors can customize lesson plans for each film – use this in place of creating clips. • Plan ahead—it can take up to 10 days to receive film if no one else on campus has used it before • Cannot show outside of Blackboard/Moodle, but can stream in class
  30. 30. Digital Campus: Basics  Step 1. Go the Streaming Films LibGuide and “log in to their portal” (you need a password)  Step 2. See what films are already available (once we buy one film for a semester, anyone can use!)  Step 3. Grab the link for the film you need to embed in Blackboard/Moodle.  Step 4. Don’t see the film you need? search Digital Campus Catalog (no password necessary)  Step 5. Request the film using the online form. Receive an email < 10 days that its available in the Digital Campus portal.
  31. 31. Let’s Demo Digital Campus!
  32. 32. Digital Campus: Lesson Creation For more in depth information on how to create a lesson plan, we have resources available from the Digital Campus page off our LibGuide: Video Tutorial (10 minutes) Instructor Guide (PDF)
  33. 33. Digital Campus(what instructors see)
  34. 34. Digital Campus (what students see)
  35. 35. Adding in Blackboard
  36. 36. Adding embed code in Blackboard: • Make sure EDIT Mode is checked as ON. • Click BUILD CONTENT. • Select ITEM.
  37. 37. OPTIONAL: Creating lesson plans
  38. 38. Q & A?

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