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Rework, Reuse, Remix
Transcript of Rework, Reuse, Remix
1. public domain
2. fair use What rights do you have as a creator? News Reporting Reporters can use content such as copyrighted images and video clips to help tell their news stories:
-A news journalist uses copyrighted photos and video clips in her articles to help illustrate or support an article Criticizing or Commenting
on Something When someone makes a creative work that adds his opinion or makes people see something in a new way:
-Making a video that's a political statement about global warming that uses copyrighted images and video clips
-Making a video from movie and TV clips that pay tribute to your favorite actor Comedy and Parody A parody is a creative work that is a funny imitation of something and pokes fun at an original work:
-Making a video remix on YouTube that makes fun of a movie or TV show
-When a comedian takes a song and puts his or her own funny lyrics to it Students and teachers can use copyrighted materials for school:
-Teachers use copyrighted websites, video, music, photos, books, etc. in their classes for educational purposes
-Students use copyrighted photos for PowerPoint slides Fair Use Guidelines Use a small amount.
Add new meaning and make it original.
Rework and use in a different way.
Use for a nonprofit purpose. adapted from Common Sense Media