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Copyright and Fair Use for Educators
Transcript of Copyright and Fair Use for Educators
http://creativecommons.org/ Creative Commons can help you copyright your own creative work and find work whose owners allow its use. How can I copyright my own creative works? Get a license through Creative Commons. Every creative commons license:
* allows the owners of the copyrighted material to retain their copyrights.
* allows the owners of the copyrighted material to share their work with others.
* allows the owners to get credit for their work.
* works around the world and lasts as long as the copyright lasts. How do I find material that has a Creative Commons license? Search the internet for material with a Creative Commons license. Check the license restrictions before using the material and be sure to provide attribution! Photo by celestehopkins Photo by emdot Photo by Chicago 2016 Photos Photo by Chris Ems What next? Ask questions to determine if what you want to use falls under Fair Use. End Credits By: Susan Lofton Karimi
3rd Grade Teacher
Frontier Elementary by Christina Hardison for opensource.com by Thibault Martin-Lagardette http://www.flickr.com/photos/chicago2016/3277193678/
Image by Chicago 2016 Photos
Image by Celeste Hopkins
Image by Chris Ems
Image by Christina Hardison for opensource.com
Image by emdot
Image by ScyPax Pictures
Image by Thibault Martin-Lagardette
Image by unknown
Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education