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New Copy Rights2

  1. 1. Created by Leonel YanezEDTC 6340
  2. 2. who owns what you just createdyour rights as a copyright ownerManage your CopyrightsCreative Commons licensesopen AccessThe public domain and orphan worksUsing materials from the InternetFair use of copyrighted materialsThe TEACH Act Getting permission
  3. 3. Two reasons you must know Who owns what? Creating a Work working with others in a team project when you want to know who and will haveright after completing the works Working beyond the bounds of the fair useagreement and you want to know who to ask forpermission before the use
  4. 4. Copyrights gives you the (Author) all right toyour work Allows you to make copies, public distribution,display and perform your work, and in digitalsound recording Your rights will go on for a lifetime plus 70 years The federal Law allows you to enforce your right
  5. 5. Manage your CopyrightsWhen you commercialize your works for commercial use For-profit publishers Society publishers who may be non-profitWhen you dont commercialize your works rights-quagmire gives you the exclusive rights to make copies to distribute your work to display and perform your work publicly
  6. 6. Creative Commons licenses Creative Commons allows everyone to viewyour work to millions. Eight companies are on the list Al Jazeera Flickr Google Nine Inch Nails OpenCourseWare Public Library of Science Wikipedia
  7. 7. Open access Everything is viewable on the web free of charge The Concept has being around for 20 years Every Single Scholar will have their work freely on theweb Might go through some names changes by differentPublishers Might Be owned by 2 or 3 different publishers
  8. 8. the public domain and orphan worksPublic Domain Examples of Public Domain are Google,Amazon, Yahoo, and Microsoft Any material in the Public Domain is freeto the public
  9. 9. the public domain and orphan worksOrphan works Still protected under the Copyrights Owners are unknown but still protected undercopyrights Unable to be located for example a historicalphotograph, architectural drawings, and personalpapers
  10. 10. Using materials from the Internet Copyright law governs the use of materials youmight find on the Internet Not everything you find over the Internet isCopyright Protected The saving grace implies that the author assumesthat material will be read, downloaded, Printed Outto some degree You can be sued for coping and distributing others copyrighted material without permission.
  11. 11. Fair use of copyrighted materials Libraries are protect form being liable for copyrights infringement Fair use Applies to the us of online material Fair use Sections 107 reserves limited use Works Published on or before 12/31/1922 are inpublic domain Works Published 1/1/1923 thru 12/ 31/1978 areprotected for 95 years
  12. 12. Copyrights law gives educators separate set of rightsin addition to fair use The Teach act became into law in the late in 2002 The Act gives teacher right to perform and displayworks and copies The Teach Act Section 110(2) does not cover everyoneit only applies to accredited nonprofit educationalinstitutions. some restrictions in the digital delivery ofsupplemental reading, viewing, or listening materials
  13. 13. Getting Permission Get permission before using any material Contact the author or the Publisher Copyright owner might not be the original owner Make sure that the person giving you permission isauthorized to do so Get your permission in writing It may be difficult to find the original ownerespecially when dealing with historical photographs,architectural drawings Even though you go through all the steps you maynot be able figure out whom to ask or the owner maynot respond
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