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1 Copyright and Multimedia G, Kenneth. "marchingband.jpg." Pics4Learning. May Source: Copyright: A Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Gary H. Beckers Web Site: rweb/distresc/rrmedia/rrcpyrht.htm

2 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Making Copies of Computer Software The legitimate owner of a legitimate copy of the software may make one copy to preserve as an archival copy. It may not be used as a working copy.

3 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Copying from CD ROM Sources In general, may copy information from CD-ROM periodicals, encyclopedias and other printed works, applying the photocopying guidelines.

4 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Copying from the Internet Unless permission to copy is explicitly stated, one should assume that all materials (text, images, music) on the Internet, including web sites, are copyrighted and may not be copied without permission from the copyright holder.

5 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Using Copyrighted Material in Multimedia Productions User Limitations Students may create, perform and display multimedia productions, for educational uses, only in the course for which it was created and may retain for portfolio use Educators may create, perform and display multimedia productions, for educational uses, for the purposes of face-to-face instruction, assigning students to self-study, for remote instruction, at peer conferences and may retain for their professional portfolio.

6 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Using Copyrighted Material in Multimedia Productions Time Limitations Students may only use their productions for and during the course for which it was prepared, but may retain indefinitely for their portfolio. Educators may use their productions up to two years after the first instructional use with a class, and retain in portfolio indefinitely.

7 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Using Copyrighted Material in Multimedia Productions Portion Limitations Motion Media May take up to 10% or 3 minutes, whichever is less, in the aggregate, of a copyrighted motion media work.

8 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Using Copyrighted Material in Multimedia Productions Portion Limitations Text May take up to 10% or 1000 words, whichever is less, in the aggregate, from a copyrighted work consisting of text material. May use an entire poem of 250 words or less; no more that 3 poems from one poet or 5 poems from different poets from an anthology. Poems longer than 250 words, may use 250 words, but no more than 3 excerpts by a poet, or 5 excerpts from different poets from a single anthology.

9 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Using Copyrighted Material in Multimedia Productions Portion Limitations for Music, Lyrics, Music Video May use up to 10% or a maximum of 30 seconds of the music and lyrics from an individual musical work (or in the aggregate of extracts from an individual work). Any alterations to a musical work shall not change the basic melody or the fundamental character of the work.

10 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Using Copyrighted Material in Multimedia Productions Portion Limitations Numerical Data Sets May take up to 10% or 2500 fields, whichever is less, from a copyrighted database or data table.

11 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Using Copyrighted Material in Multimedia Productions Portion Limitations Illustrations and Photographs May use 10% or 15 images, whichever is less, from a published collective work. No more that 5 images by an artist or photographer may be used.

12 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Using Copyrighted Material in Multimedia Productions Copy Limits Educators may make 2 use copies of the work they produced, only one of which may be placed on reserve. One additional, preservation copy may be made which may be used to generate replacement copies in the event a use copy is lost, stolen or damaged.

13 Source: CopyrightA Guide To Information and Resources 2 nd Edition by Gary H. Becker, 1997 Copyright Office Address, Telephone Numbers and Web Site Copyright Office, Library of congress, Washington, DC, To speak to an information specialist, M-F, 8:30-5:00, call (They do not interpret the law.) To request publications or application forms, 24hrs/day, call Web site:


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