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1 Digital Awareness—Lesson 4

2 Copyright laws allow people to own the exclusives rights to audio, visual, printed material, or computer software that they create. This means others must have their permission to copy an entire work, distribute copies of their work, perform their work publicly, or display their work publicly.

3 The definition of FAIR USE is using portions of copyrighted materials without permission of the copyright owner provided the use is fair and reasonable, does not substantially impair the value of the materials, and does not curtail the profits reasonably expected by the owner

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5 Let’s take a closer look at the terms of “FAIR USE”

6  You can use up to 10%, but no more than 1000 words, of essays, articles, or stories, of a single copyrighted work.  You can use up to 250 words of an entire poem, or a portion of a poem.  You may not use more than 3 poems or portions of poems by one poet, or by different poets in the same book.  You may use up to 10%, but no more than 2500 fields or cells, from a database or data table.  You can use up to 10%, but no more than 1000 words, of essays, articles, or stories, of a single copyrighted work.  You can use up to 250 words of an entire poem, or a portion of a poem.  You may not use more than 3 poems or portions of poems by one poet, or by different poets in the same book.  You may use up to 10%, but no more than 2500 fields or cells, from a database or data table.

7  You may use a single photograph or illustration.  You may not use more than 5 images by a single artist or photographer.  You may use up to 10%, but no more than 15 images, from a single publication.  You may use a single chart, graph, diagram, cartoon, or picture from a book or magazine. YYou may use a single photograph or illustration. YYou may not use more than 5 images by a single artist or photographer. YYou may use up to 10%, but no more than 15 images, from a single publication. YYou may use a single chart, graph, diagram, cartoon, or picture from a book or magazine.

8  You cannot change or alter the work.  You may use up to 10%, but no more than 3 minutes, of a single movie, TV show or video.  You may use up to 10%, but no more than 30 seconds, of music and lyrics from a single musical work.  You must purchase performance rights to hold a live performance of a copyrighted work.  You cannot change or alter the work.  You may use up to 10%, but no more than 3 minutes, of a single movie, TV show or video.  You may use up to 10%, but no more than 30 seconds, of music and lyrics from a single musical work.  You must purchase performance rights to hold a live performance of a copyrighted work.

9  You cannot copy information from one Internet website onto another website.  You can create a link to another website.  You can use information from the Internet in multimedia presentations YYou cannot copy information from one Internet website onto another website. YYou can create a link to another website. YYou can use information from the Internet in multimedia presentations

10  The BEST way to make sure you are aware of the copyright law for the material you are using it to go to:  The BEST way to make sure you are aware of the copyright law for the material you are using it to go to: Click to View Video Click after video

11 “Fair Use Guidelines for Students” KEEP THIS HANDOUT HANDY SO YOU CAN REFER TO IT OFTEN!

12 SOURCES: Midway College-Little memorial library Unite States Census Burea Creative commons.org/licenses YouTube: Tara Miller, “Copyright Law and You” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XES6jSAzxmk NewIncomeUniversity, “ How to use Creative Commons to find free images, audio and video for your website” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvsbJaJeFGY PowerPoint created by Pam McClintock, WISD Instructional Technologist, 2013 SOURCES: Midway College-Little memorial library Unite States Census Burea Creative commons.org/licenses YouTube: Tara Miller, “Copyright Law and You” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XES6jSAzxmk NewIncomeUniversity, “ How to use Creative Commons to find free images, audio and video for your website” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvsbJaJeFGY PowerPoint created by Pam McClintock, WISD Instructional Technologist, 2013 THE END!


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