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bruce mcbrien

Digital Copyright Slider - 186 views

    This is an interesting tool for quickly checking educational fair use....
Enid Baines

Copyright & Fair Use @Web English Teacher - 131 views

  • Copyright and Fair Use: Information and Lesson Plans
  • Copyright Infringment or Not? The Debate over Downloading Music
  • Copyright Criminals
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  • A complete unit to help students explore all aspects of the controversy surrounding sampling and fair use. Includes online video. Scroll to the bottom for an educator guide, discussion questions, and printable handouts.
N Butler

Copyright Clarity: Using Copyrighted Materials for Digital Learning - 68 views

    Great presentation on Copyright and Fair Use for educators.
June Griffin

What You Don't Know About Copyright, but Should - Technology - The Chronicle of Higher ... - 191 views

    Good brief article on copy right and fair use with links to additional helpful resources
Deb Minter

EBSCOhost: Fair use of research and course packets in the classroom - 53 views

    Discusses the limited copying of copyrighted material in teaching. USes court cases where the copying has been done at a legal copy center like Kinkos
LaToya Morris

Step Back into History - 95 views

    This source includes primary sources on copyright dating from 1450 to 1900. Some of these historical facts date back to the days when the printing press what used.
donald smith

What is fair use? | Legal > Intellectual Property Law from - 16 views

  • fair use can include using copyrighted material for criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship or research.
  • purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright
  • Non-profit educational users will find judicial preference for their usage
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  • in literature, the courts will look at substantiality of the excerpt rather than mere volume
    This article listed on the All Business web site, gives the definition of the term fair use as well as the things to consider when determining fair use.
LaToya Morris

Let Me Explain - 29 views

    This is a youtube video posted that includes six minutes of valuable information on exclusive rights as well as copyrights.
LaToya Morris

Copyright History - 24 views

    This is a helpful source for teachers to use in the classroom to help their students understand both copyright and innovation. It includes definitions and details about copyrighting as well as a lesson plan that can be used by educators to help their students better understand these principles.
LaToya Morris

Breaking it Down for the Teacher - 32 views

    This youtube video is based on important facts thats teachers need to know about copyrighting and fairuse. It include hand drawn pictures and timelines!
LaToya Morris

A Few Exceptions for Educators - 26 views

    The site includes do's and dont's of copyright laws for k-12 teachers. It can be very useful for new teachers and even those who are seeking to one day become an educator.
LaToya Morris

Yes You May! - 15 views

    This source was designed to help educators seek the proper permissions necessary to use copyrighted work for academic purposes. It was found on the Stanford University website where there is a wealth of copyright and fair use research information
LaToya Morris

Could You Give Me an Example Please? - 12 views

    Through this site you can find a definition of the term copyright as well as a list of example and four scenarios to help you to better understand the term copyright. Although it is only one page, there is a lot of valuable information about the term copyright.
Jennifer Clark Evans

IP Reports - 50 views

  • copyright
  • also meant to protect the rights of users in order to promote creativity, innovation, and the spread of knowledge
  • not on how much of a piece of copyrighted work that we use, but instead on the ways in which we use it.
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  • fair use requires judgment.
    • Jennifer Clark Evans
      which is why it is so crucial to examine in our classrooms-helping our students develop fair judgment when using technoligies.
  • if the user “transforms” the material in some way, repurposing it in a new media composition, for instance, then fair use likely applies.
  • or did it just repeat the work for the same intent and value as the original?
  • Students’ use of copyrighted material should not be a substitute for creative effort.
    from NCTE's Monthly Intellectual Property Reports, Troy Hicks writes: "In November 2008, educators were introduced to the "Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education," and our concept of how to deal with copyright issues in the classroom has, literally, been transformed. As the official policy of NCTE related to fair use in the teaching of English, it is a document worth our attention as students learn to comprehend and compose texts utilizing a variety of forms of media."
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