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Copyright and OER, GRIT May2017

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Basics of copyright and sharing resources

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Copyright and OER, GRIT May2017

  1. 1. 1 WHATS AND HOWS OF COPYRIGHT & SHARING GRIT, Bilbao May 2017 /Esko Lius My drawing is based on a picture in ”Student is King”, licensed CC BY-SA
  2. 2. 2 9.5.2017 AS A CREATOR OF A ”WORK” YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO DECIDE HOW YOUR WORK IS USED You can  reserve all rights  reserve some rights  give up copyright
  3. 3. 3 AS A CREATOR OF A ”WORK” YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO DECIDE HOW YOUR WORK IS USED
  4. 4. 4NickYoungson-linkto-http://nyphotographic.com(CCBY-SA)
  5. 5. 5 COPYRIGHT EU: Automatically, © not required Apply only on unique ”works” Depends on the country (see Wikipedia) Protects only for a limited time  depends on the country  depends on the kind of the work  EU: generally 70 years after the author’s death
  6. 6. 6 COPYRIGHT: TWO DIMENSIONS Economic rights Publishing/using: exclusive rights to copy, distribute, display Moral rights attribution, integrity, and responsibility
  7. 7. 7 COPYRIGHT: 2 DIMENSIONS Economic rights Publishing/using: exclusive rights to copy, distribute, display Moral rights attribution, integrity, and responsibility Private use mostly free from copyright USA: ”fair use” for eg. nonprofit education
  8. 8. 8 HOW DOES IT …FIT THE DIGITAL ERA? …CONTRIBUTE SOCIETY&CULTURE? 79,5% of educators use OER (open educational resources) for new ideas and inspiration https://blog.panopen.com/oerresearchhubreport/
  9. 9. 9 OPEN CONTENTS LICENSING Videoandscreenshot:WatchNowUK@Youtube(CCBY)
  10. 10. 10 USING CC-LICENSED PHOTOS 1. Find CC-licensed photos 2. Write down the author and the source 3. When using, tag your work with the original source Hands-on session
  11. 11. 11 USING CC-LICENSED VIDEOS/AUDIO 1. Find CC-licensed videos or audio 2. Write down the author and the source 3. When using, tag your work with the original source Hands-on session
  12. 12. 12 WHAT IF I DON’T KNOW… 1. Learn to find copyright/CC info on the source page 2. Contact the author and ask for permission 3. See also creativecommons.org

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