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Two Competing Copyright Curricula

My presentation for the Louisiana Conference on Language, Literature, and Culture
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Clancy Ratliff

on 12 April 2011

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Transcript of Two Competing Copyright Curricula

2009 Copyright Curricula RIAA EFF Music Industry Copyright History Unlawful Uses Lawful Uses To introduce students to the concepts of copyright and intellectual property.
To help students recognize that taking music without paying for it (“songlifting”) is illegal and unfair to others.
To help students, teachers, and parents set guidelines for using technology like computers and the Internet responsibly.
To strengthen academic skills in reading, writing, mathematics, citizenship, and computer technology.
To encourage musical and artistic creativity.
Reflect on what they already know about copyright law.
See the connection between the history of innovation and the history of copyright law.
Learn about fair use, free speech, and the public domain and how those concepts relate to using materials created by others.
Experience various stakeholders' interests and master the principles of fair use through a mock trial.

Two Competing Copyright Curricula:
The Recording Industry Association of America v. the Electronic Frontier Foundation

Clancy Ratliff

2 April 2011

Louisiana Conference on
Language, Literature, and Culture the property stewardship narrative the cultural conservancy narrative
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