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Copyright & Web 2.0 for Teachers


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Copyright & Web 2.0 for Teachers

  1. 1. Web 2.0 and Copyright <br />
  2. 2. The education technological revolution<br />The 70’s<br />The photocopier<br />Moorehouse v UNSW 1974<br />Part VB license for education purposes (1980)<br />
  3. 3. The education technological revolution<br />The 80’s<br />The video recorder<br />The ‘Betamax’ case 1984<br />Part VA license off air broadcast (1989)<br />
  4. 4. The education technological revolution<br />The90’s<br />The Internet & World Wide Web<br />A&M Records v Napster 2001<br />Copyright Amendment (Digital Agenda) Act 2000<br />
  5. 5. Early 21st Century developments<br />2001<br />Web 2.0, P2P, Facebook, Twitter<br />Wireless, Bluetooth, iPhone, Kindle<br />Future technological developments?<br />2005 <br />
  6. 6. The 2010’s<br />Australian internet use 80%<br />18-25 year olds 96%<br />University Students 100%<br />YouTube 2nd largest search engine in the world<br />70% of 18-34 years olds watched TV online.<br />By 2010 <br />Gen Y will outnumber <br />baby bombers<br />
  7. 7. Can I post <br />photos for my <br />students?<br />So what?<br />Take Down Notices?<br />Can I link <br />to YouTube?<br />But I’m using<br />it in class?<br />Copyright Infringement?<br />Infringement Notifications?<br />Who Owns What?<br />
  8. 8. Legal Use of Electronic Material<br />You may copy<br />10% of the words of an electronic work<br />The whole of an artistic work (i.e. photographs)<br />But ONLY for use in class or on a password protected intranet!<br />(<br />
  9. 9. Legal risks<br />Many misconceptions about Copyright law and the spectrum of the ‘Education Licence’<br />Copyright material incorporated into media is not covered under the education licence.<br />Material is licensed for classroom or the library but not podcasts and YouTube.<br />
  10. 10. Copyright myths <br />Internet is Public Domain, can use anything.<br />Using material for teaching is Fair Dealing.<br />If you’re not charging for it, it’s alright. <br />We’re using the material for the public good.<br />They won’t sue a school.<br />I won’t be personally liable.<br />
  11. 11. Copyright Facts<br />Copying small portion may still be a copyright infringement.<br /> ‘Quality’ of the work taken, not just ‘Quantity’. <br />‘Works’ on the internet are copyright by their owner.<br />Material licensed for education use in classes may not be licensed for the Internet (YouTube and iTunesU).<br />
  12. 12. What to do?<br />
  13. 13. Solutions<br />Check the copyright restrictions on ANY resource you wish to copy/modify and publish to a public site <br />Ask for permission from the copyright holder to reproduce their work on your site<br />Use CREATIVE COMMONS licenced material<br />
  14. 14. Licence<br />Share/ remix/ spread… and attribute.<br />licence elements: <br />Attribution – attribute the author<br />Noncommercial – no commercial use<br />ShareAlike – changes allowed, but only if you put the new work under the same licence<br />
  15. 15. Original Slideshow ‘Web 2.0 and Copyright Legal Issues for Universities’ by Aaron Magner, available at<br />Images from and<br />Attribution<br />