Fair Use and Creative Commons

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  • Fair Use and Creative Commons

    1. 1. Fair Use and Creative Commons By, Clary Rucker
    2. 2. What is Fair Use? Fair Use describes a doctrine in the Copyright law that allows restricted use of copyrighted material without the permission of the creator
    3. 3. HTTP://FAIRUSE.STANFORD.EDU/COPYRIGHT_AND_FAIR_USE_OVERVIEW/CHAPTER9/9-B.HTML
    4. 4. Principles of Best Practices When using material in the classroom, only use what is needed to achieve the goal or objective When designing educational curriculum, you may use material, but only if proper credit is given to copyright holder. Upon sharing curriculum, be careful to only use the material that is strictly applicable to meeting the objective of the lesson. Do not use the material to advertise the curriculum.
    5. 5. Principles of Best Practices Although students may use copyrighted material, they should be creating something to augment the original work. When sharing student work, think how the use of the material may economically impact the copyrighted material.
    6. 6. Creative Commons Creative Commons is a certain type of license that creators can get for their work that gives others more freedoms in using their work. The creator is allowing other people to use their work to be inspired and create something new using it. In getting this license, creators are saying to the public that they want to share their work with the world.
    7. 7. Let’s Learn More HTTP://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=UTJPGHGJJFO
    8. 8. A Creative Commons license allows the creator to choose: • If others must give the creator credit • That if their work is used, the user must share their new creative too • If it can be used for commercial use • If people may copy, but not change the original work
    9. 9. Resources for CC www.flickr.com/creativecommons Flickr (photo-sharing) has a large resource of Creative Common licensed photos that may be used in the classroom. Also check out the Creative Commons website to see everything they can offer: www.creativecommons.org

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