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Transcript of Copyright

Key Terms:



Fair Use

Public Domain

The Basics
Copyright Infringement
Why is the character Lumpy wearing a pirate hat? Aren't you curious? Click below for a clue.
Copyright: Rights, Responsibilities, and Positive Practices
This self-guided tour, "
Copyright: rights, responsibilities, and positive practices,"
is designed for students to explore various facets of copyright. Multimedia presentations clarify rights and responsibilities for the student studying copyright and applying learned skills as a responsible digital citizen. With links that provide deeper understanding of rights and tools that support students as they represent their responsibilities, this presentation will be readily available and will serve as a valuable addition to the student's digital toolbox.

Click on the arrow to go to Cyberbee's interactive tool.
Follow the answers to the cyber-students' questions to answer the questions on your worksheet.
Upon completion, return to the "Prezi Copyright" tab to continue with the Prezi presentation.

Welcome to the
Library of Congress
The legal stuff
"The Library of Congress is the nation's oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections."~ James H. Billington / Librarian of Congress,
Click below to unlock the mystery of copyright:
The digital age has opened the door to many questions about copyright. Click above to see what Lumpy has to share about copyright, the Internet and YouTube.
Creativity and Responsibility
Hooray, you are not only a great example of a responsible digital citizen by citing your sources, you are also meeting Pennsylvania's academic standards. Click below for the list of standards that you are meeting when you study copyright principles, responsible digital practices, and complete the performance tasks.
PA Academic Standards

Digital Tools for Responsible Digital Citizens
This handy toolbox is just a click away!
Citing Sources is the First Step
Explore these online citation builders and discover some of the best tools available for documenting citations by the 21st Century student.
Be smart, be responsible and cite your sources.
Building a Bibliography is the Second Step
Follow the MLA Format to build your Works Cited Page, use Purdue Owl for guidance and the bibliography as an example, especially since a variety of media will be noted.
Keep a Checklist
as you Complete your
Performances of Understanding
Create a deck of trading cards citing a
fact and a photo
Complete "The Basics" worksheet
with a focus on key copyright vocabulary
Create your own storyboard sequence of the steps to secure a copyright
Load the EasyBib app to your iPad and bookmark the EduClipper. These tools will be available at the click of a button!
Build a Works Cited page for your Gary Paulsen author study.
Design a Wordle to include all the digital media and digital creations that should be cited.
Thanks for visiting!

Works Cited

"Common Sense Media 6-8: Respecting Creative Work: a Creator's Rights." Discovery
Education. Common Sense Media, 2011. Web. 08 Feb. 2015.

"Copyright.gov." United States Copyright Office. Library Of Congress, n.d. Web. 08
Feb. 2015.

EasyBib. Image Easy Solutions, 2010. Web. 08 Feb. 2015.

EduClipper. N.p., 2014. Web. 08 Feb. 2015.

"Exterior View. Illuminated West Facade View at Night. Library of Congress Thomas
Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C." Library Of Congress. Library Of
Congress, n.d. Web. 08 Feb. 2015. <Photograph>.

Hadley, Bob. "How to Avoid Copyright Infringement." Internet Archive. N.p., 31 Dec.
2014. Web. 08 Feb. 2015. <Audio>.

Joseph, Linda C. "Copyright with Cyberbee." Cyberbee. N.p., 16 June 2014. Web. 08
Feb. 2015.

NCSU Libraries. "Citation Builder." NCSU Libraries. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Feb. 2015.

"NoodleTools Express." NoodleTools. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Feb. 2015.

"Online Writing Lab." 20 Owl. Image Easy Solutions, 2015. Web. 08 Feb. 2015.

"Pirate." Dictionary.com. N.p., 2015. Web. 08 Feb. 2015.

"Prezi." N.p., 2015. Web. 08 Feb. 2015.

"Prezi." N.p., 2015. Web. 08 Feb. 2015.<graphic elements>

"Son of Citation Machine." CitationMachine. N.p., 2010. Web. 08 Feb. 2015.

"Standards for This Teacher Resource." Library Of Congress. Library Of Congress, n.d.
Web. 08 Feb. 2015

"Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright." Library Of Congress. Library Of Congress, n.d.
Web. 08 Feb. 2015.

YouTube. "YouTube Copyright School." YouTube. N.p., 24 Mar. 2011. Web. 08 Feb.
2015. <Video>.

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