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Let's Take a Look at Copyright
Transcript of Let's Take a Look at Copyright
The Guiding Principles?
Creative Commons? What is
Copyright? It’s a law that protects the creative work of individuals from being used without their permission. Please ask first…enjoy my picture…song… etc What is Fair Use? "Fair use is the right to use copyrighted material without permission or payment under some circumstances—especially when the cultural or social benefits of the use are predominant-- even if there is no law... " Thank you: Best Practices by the Center for Social Media-School of Communication American University-2011 What are the Guiding Principles? Its fair use if:
Used in media literacy lesson
Used for preparing curriculum
Used for students use of creating their own academic work
Used for sharing student’s work and developing an audience for their projects. What is Public Domain? This is material that is not copyrighted.
Many websites have this material available for you to use.
Some government sites like Smithsonian)
Here the authors have already given their permission. What is Attribution? Give Credit to the person who created the work.
This is like saying please…and thank you Why use copyright material??? ‘cultural expression’---
is creativity AND connection…
is communities AND content…
is communication between two people.-
this is how new culture emerges Creative Commons Artist and his picture-
Teacher and his lessons-
Writers and his stories-
When everything is shared,
we can accomplish many things..
Use creative commons..
.gives people a fine tuned copyright of a creative work.. An Example:
The Five Senses http://youtu.be/CJn_jC4FNDo A Fair(y) Use Talk by Professor Eric Faden from Bucknell University a great video about copyright! An Example of Fair Use-
The Five Senses-An interactive slide show
These pictures will create good discussion The Credits: