Copyright protection? • Any work is   copyrighted. Even if it   does not say so. 
• Whenever   something is   posted on the   internet, the user   is given an implied   license to share,   print, read or ...
• If one intends, he can   give his work an   express license by   attaching a creative   commons   (www.creativecommon  s...
• The libraries license academic resources for the use of   their students. 
• One can also get permission to use a piece of work   by obtaining the permission to use it through   www.copyright.com. ...
• Up to $150,000 in penalties. • For the ignorance of the law   one is liable for damages   anyway If one disregards   cop...
The TEACH act• TEACH Act covers works a teacher would show or play   during class such as movie or music clips, images of ...
Orphan works• Because “orphan works”   lack sufficient information to   identify their owners or the   date, most remain o...
Orphan works• www.openlibrary.org and   www.opencontentallianc  e.org are sources where   orphaned works and   public doma...
•   http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/  Copyright symbol101 [web image]. Retreived on March 31, 2012 from Google imageshttp:...
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Copyright humor

  1. 1. Copyright protection? • Any work is  copyrighted. Even if it  does not say so. 
  2. 2. • Whenever  something is  posted on the  internet, the user  is given an implied  license to share,  print, read or  downloaded. 
  3. 3. • If one intends, he can  give his work an  express license by  attaching a creative  commons  (www.creativecommon s.org) license to the  materials posted on the  website.
  4. 4. • The libraries license academic resources for the use of  their students. 
  5. 5. • One can also get permission to use a piece of work  by obtaining the permission to use it through  www.copyright.com. •  For the use in classroom you may use these  resources as a fair use checklist:  www.copyright.iupui.edu/checklist.htm;  www.umuc.edu/library/copy.shtml#fairuse
  6. 6. • Up to $150,000 in penalties. • For the ignorance of the law  one is liable for damages  anyway If one disregards  copyright laws the court would  be willing to grant the highest  penalties. 
  7. 7. The TEACH act• TEACH Act covers works a teacher would show or play  during class such as movie or music clips, images of  artworks or a poetry reading. • TEACH Act does not cover materials the teacher may  want students to study, read, listen to or watch on their  own time outside of class. • Checklist for the TEACH act may be found at:   http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/teachact.html
  8. 8. Orphan works• Because “orphan works”  lack sufficient information to  identify their owners or the  date, most remain outside  the digital environment. • It could have been used for  nonprofit purposes.
  9. 9. Orphan works• www.openlibrary.org and  www.opencontentallianc e.org are sources where  orphaned works and  public domain may be  accessed.
  10. 10. • http://copyright.lib.utexas.edu/  Copyright symbol101 [web image]. Retreived on March 31, 2012 from Google imageshttp://thatboystringy.blogspot.com/2010/06/copyright-101.html What is copyright? [web image]. Retrieved on March 31, 2012 from Google images http://www.loven.co.uk/?page_id=779 Copyright_logo [web image]. Retrieved on March 31, 2012 from Google imageshttp://www.plagiarismtoday.com/2010/08/12/trademark-copyright-and-logos/ cc.logo.large [web image]. Retrieved on March 31, 2012 from google images http://creativecommons.org/about/downloads Fair Use Venn diagram [web image]. Retrieved on March 31, 2012 from google imageshttp://www.vennoid.com/2011/05/fair-use-venn-diagram.html Copyright-jail-transparent [web image]. Retrieved on March 31, 2012 from google imageshttp://redroom.com/member/dale-estey/blog/copyright-is-so-wrong-no-you-pay-me-for-using-your-words Music taken from the original soundtrack of Singh is King

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