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Copyright

Prepared by Group 1 Submitted by T. Chambers

Think…

How would you feel if

someone stole something from you?

Objectives

Over the course of three class periods, you

will be able to…

Select and gather resources appropriately, and record

bibliographic information according to copyright principles.

Practice ethical, responsible digital citizenship.

Create, share, and save a PowerPoint presentation outlining

appropriate use and citation of copyrighted materials. Apply what you have learned in future research projects.

Instructions

Access the PowerPoint template provided for you in the server dropbox.

Add information to each slide as designated, beginning with the title slide.

Follow Mrs. Smiths specific file naming conventions for your final presentation.

Reminder: Only visit the links provided in your document and as directed in this presentation.

Know

Discuss with your group what you already know about copyright rules. Add your ideas to your Kslides.

What is copyright?

Definition from Merriam-Webster dictionary:

the exclusive legal right to reproduce, publish, sell,

or distribute the matter and form of something (as a

literary, musical, or artistic work)

From the U.S. Copyright Office:

Copyrightliterally means the right to copy.

What does copyright do?

Simply put, copyright protects:

Protects any work that is 1) original and 2) recorded (or otherwise captured)(Dames,

2010).

Dames, K. M. (2010). Three basic copyright questions answered. Information Today, 27(5), 18-19. Retrieved from http://www.infotoday.com/IT/

Want to Know

Discuss in small groups…

What do you want to know about copyright rules?

What questions do you have?

Add your group’s thoughts to your PowerPoint on your “W” slides.

Which two questions are the most important to you? Why?

Copyright Explained

Video

Nortel (Producer). (n.d.). Digital ethics: copyright (download). Retrieved from

http://www.watchknowlearn.org/Video.aspx?VideoID=2119&CategoryID=4951

Discuss…

Discuss the video with your partners. What questions has the video triggered?

Record any new questions on your Wslides.

Why do we have

copyright laws?

It protects the rights of creators (authors and performers).

According to the U.S. Copyright Office (2012), It is a principle of American law that an author of a

work may reap the fruits of his or her intellectual creativity for a limited period of time(para. 1).

United States Copyright Office (2012). United States Copyright Office a brief introduction and history. Retrieved from http://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ1a.html

So, what is Fair Use?

Fair use is the legal term for how much of a copyrighted work

that may be used for specific purposes without permission,

such as in education. There is a limit to how much of a work may be used.

Section 107 of the copyright law sets these guidelines:

the purpose (educational or commercial) the nature (creative or factual) the amount (quantity in relation to the whole) the effect (upon the value of the copyrighted material)

from: The U.S. Copyright Office, http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl102.html

Fair Use for Text… • All borrowed material must be cited in order to avoid plagiarism.

Fair Use for Text…

All borrowed material must be cited in order to avoid plagiarism.

Even paraphrased material must be cited.

Fair Use materials for educational use may include

newspaper articles, periodicals, textbooks, and online sources.

MLA documentation for music includes author, title of Web

site, date, medium, date of access, and possibly the Web address.

Fair Use for Music… • Music clip in project in an educational setting: 10% of song

Fair Use for Music…

Music clip in project in an educational setting: 10% of song or 30 seconds

Consider using a free source such as freeplaymusic.com

MLA documentation for music includes the composers name, italicized title of work, date of publication, title of Web site, Website publisher/sponsor, date of publication and your date of access.

Miller, K. M. (2008). Copyright in a social world. MultiMedia & Internet@Schools, 15(3), 14-16. Retrieved from http://www.internetatschools.com/

Fair Use for Video… • Videos may be used for educational purposes only and may not

Fair Use for Video…

Videos may be used for educational purposes

only and may not shown or distributed publicly.

MLA documentation for a video includes the title, publisher, date, Web site, medium, retrieval date.

What is public domain?

Term used to describe works that can be freely used without copyright restrictions.

Current laws state that copyright extends for an authors lifetime and 70 years after their death. Then the work enters public domain.

Discuss…

Discuss… Word cloud created using Wordle.com.

Word cloud created using Wordle.com.

Student exercise… • Discuss with your group what you have learned. • View the second video,

Student exercise…

Discuss with your group what you have learned.

View the second video, Copyright Basics,for

more information.

Explore the links provided on your resource slide. Add new information to your Lslides.

Present your Learnslides to the other groups.

• What Is plagiarism: o <a href=http://www.educationworld.com/a_curr/TM/curr390_guid e.shtml • Guidelines for music: o http://videosuite.blogspot.com/2005/11/guidelines-for- use-of-copyrighted_16.html • Copyright friendly sites: o Music: http://www.freeplaymusic.com/ o Pictures: http://www.pics4learning.com/ • Fair Use & Public Domain: o http://librarycopyright.net/ " id="pdf-obj-19-2" src="pdf-obj-19-2.jpg">

What Is plagiarism:

Guidelines for music:

Copyright friendly sites:

Fair Use & Public Domain:

• Copyright is designed to protect those who create and encourage others to share their creations
• Copyright is designed to protect those who create and encourage others to share their creations

Copyright is designed to protect those who create and encourage others to share their creations without fear of infringement.

Using information responsibly is one of the most important elements of being a good

digital citizen.