Presentation on theme: "Copyright and Acceptable Use"— Presentation transcript:
1 Copyright and Acceptable Use Debbie MeadowsEDCI 579/LBST 390 CSUBProficiency 1.4
2 Acceptable Use Policies District, school, or classroom policy regarding the use of computers and the Internet.
3 Components of an AUP Philosophies Responsibilities Rules and ConsequencesDisclaimers and RemindersComplianceSignature Page for Parents and Students
4 Compliance COPPA CIPA Copyright Law Fair Use Policies in Education Child Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998CIPAChildren’s Internet Protection Act of 2000Copyright LawFair Use Policies in Education
5 COPPA (1998)Prohibits the collection of personal information from children under 13Verifiable Parental ConsentNo more information than necessaryNotice regarding use of information must be posted on the website
6 CIPA (2000)Schools and Libraries shall implement policy that protects minors (under 17):Inappropriate Material on the WWWHarmful , Chat RoomsUnauthorized Access, HackingPersonal Information on the WWWWhile maintaining full access for those over 18 Or, Lose Funding
7 Copyright Law and Fair Use Anti-PiracySoftwareVideo/PicturesMusicPaper MaterialsClass SetsSharingPosting on the WWW
8 Copyright and Fair Use Plagiarism Teachers and Students
9 Fair Use Guidelines for Education Video—10% or 3 minutesPrint—10% or 1,000 wordsMusic, Music Video— not more than 30 secondsPhoto/Illustration—5 per artist/photographerOff Air Video—keep for 45 days and show 2 timesAll must be properly referenced
10 Resources http://www.ftc.gov/ogc/coppa1.htm AUPs COPPA LawCIPA Law
11 Resources Copyright and Fair Use Excellent Resource
12 Proficiency Checklist Narrative paragraphs on AUPs, copyright and fair use, COPPA, and CIPAEvidenceScreenshot of LAST page of copyright primerStaff and Student AUP from schoolEducationally related article on copyright and fair useSee resources from PowerPoint Presentation
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