Exclusive rights of copyright owners: Reproduction of the work in whole or in part Preparation of derivative works E.g., translations, musical arrangements, dramatizations, sound recordings, and second editions. Distribution of copies of the work to the public by sale, gift, rental, loan, or other transfer Limited by the “First Sale” doctrine Public performance of the work Public display of the work Also limited by the “First Sale Doctrine” Goes back to Statute of Anne, 1710
School must be accredited and nonprofit Must have an internal policy in place Must provide printed or online resources for faculty members that describes their rights and responsibilities Material must not have been originally intended for educational use. Must have been lawfully acquired Must be an integral part of the class session Reasonable precautions to restrict access to the copyrighted content to students enrolled in the course. Other reasonable controls used to prevent students from disseminating material after viewing it. If a digital version of the material is readily available for use at the institution, then the instructor cannot convert an analog version to digital form for use in an online course. Must inform students that the material may be protected by copyright law. What about printing?