Copyright rev0.3

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Copyright rev0.3

  1. 1. Richard Wilson 02/11/2012 Revision 3
  2. 2. What is copyright? A legal statement enforced by the courts to protect intellectual property. Comprehensive by default
  3. 3. Copyright BrainstormingThe author has many choices about copyrightingtheir work.
  4. 4. Handling Orphan Works The author cannot be found Legislation protects orphan works Overprotection is culturally limiting Google, UT others developing tools to help free what is in public domain
  5. 5. Using other people’s materials Internet publishing implies a limited license not a commercial license For caution, get permission before use
  6. 6. Character of use Nature of use Court fair use factorsHow much used Effect on market
  7. 7. Limited time Limited Published audiencePersonal Fair Limited material use Fact Educational Critique
  8. 8. Creative Commons Six levels of licensing No registration Applicable worldwide Built into many websites
  9. 9. TEACH Act 2002 law expands educator’s rights Educator can show anything related to curriculum Materials must be pared down and adhere to section 110(2) for distance learning
  10. 10. Section 110(2) DistanceLearning Legal to transmit non-drama Legal to transmit limited portions off all works Legal to transmit still images Non-profit accredited educational institutions
  11. 11. Section 110(2) Conditions Part of institutional activity Performed by instructor Related to course content Attribute notice of copyright Limited to duration of class only Copies retained by institution
  12. 12. ReferencesColindunn, (2012). Culture Builds. Retrieved from http://www.flickr.com/photos/colindunn/5161119769/size s/o/in/photostream/Creative Commons, (2012). Who uses CC ?. Retrieved from http://creativecommons.org/who-uses-ccUniversity of Texas Libraries, (2007). Copyright Crash Course. Retrieved from http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/

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