Presentation on theme: "Copyright or Copy What’s all the fuss about, anyway? All cited images in this show are used under the Fair Use interpretation of copyright law. All others."— Presentation transcript:
Copyright or Copy What’s all the fuss about, anyway? All cited images in this show are used under the Fair Use interpretation of copyright law. All others are used by permission.
I am going to make my report (poster, PowerPoint, etc.) look so impressive my teacher will give me a “100”! The Physics of Albert Einstein
I need a picture for my report or for my PowerPoint. I’ll just go online and RIGHT click to copy a good one. http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/images/einstein.jpg It is illegal to copy from a web page unless your use falls under FAIR USE of copyrighted materials.
Ok, then I’ll just copy a picture out a the encyclopedia or magazine and paste it in. http://www.nv.cc.va.us/home/rriester/images/einstein-tongue.gif Copyright applies to printed material, posters, web sites, music, video, song lyrics, newspapers, and magazines. You must follow Fair Use with any of these.
Fair Use is a set of guidelines telling you when you as a student can copy without specific permission from the author, musician, or artist who created a work. It only applies to copying for instructional use. I’ll lose points without some visuals! What in the world is Fair Use and how do I know if I am following it?
C Q I N No Biggy. Just remember these letters. Oh, Man. How will I ever remember all this Fair Use stuff? My GPA is doomed.
I’m the C-QIN genie. I am here to help you remember how to follow the rules of Fair Use. C Q I N WHO are YOU?
C - Is your use for a C lass assignment? Q - Are you within Q uantity limits? I - Are you taking away the artist’s, musician’s, or writer’s I ncome? N - Are you limiting the N umber of copies to one or two (for you and your teacher)? Here are the details! Just ask yourself these questions. C Q I N
C Q I N Yeah right. A C-QIN genie. Sure. Then how am I supposed to know what the quantity limits are? You can find them on posters in the computer labs and the IMC or by looking online at http://kathyschrock.net/pdf/co pyright_schrock.pdf http://kathyschrock.net/pdf/co pyright_schrock.pdf
C Q I N One more thing. Always show that you followed Fair Use guidelines by putting a Fair Use notice on your report, PowerPoint show, or other project. And of course, you must include a bibliography in the correct form. All cited images in this report are used under the Fair Use interpretation of copyright laws. All others are used by permission. Yes. I got that, just like this PowerPoint show!
Thanks, genie. I can remember C-QUIN and get a decent grade on my report! Maybe I’ll even put it on my web page. C Q I N http://www.ccartwright.com/m553.jpg
NO! You can’t do that! Remember the number limits? If you put it on a web page, you are allowing unlimited number of people to see it because the whole world can access it. C Q I N
Just remember NUMBER. Fair Use is only for making a single copy for you to keep in your portfolio and one to turn in to your teacher. That’s all. No web pages with copyrighted images, sounds, words, etc. that belong to other people. C Q I N
OK. I got it. I’ll remember about the NUMBER. And I’m sure I’ll get a good grade. Thanks. C Q I N http://www.nv.cc.va.us/home/rriester/images/einstein-tongue.gif
No problem! I even brought the whole detailed Fair Use chart to leave here with you in this show. C Q I N http://www.nv.cc.va.us/home/rriester/images/einstein-tongue.gif This presentation brought to you by the Cumberland Valley Technology Department 2004
Type of item to be copied May use this portion of the original Other limitsAdditional Guidelines Film/ Video (Motion Media)Film/ Video 10%Up to 3 minutes from a work whichever is LESS Text (non-poetry)10%Up to 1000 wordswhichever is LESS PoetryEntire poem if 250 words or less Up to 250 words If from anthology or poetry collection web site, limit of 3 from one poet or 5 poems total Music/Lyrics/ MusicVideo 10% of a single work, such as a song 30 sec maximum No change to melody or fundamental character of the work Photos/ Illustrations Complete image Up to five from one artist No more than 15 or 10% of the images on a web site Collected Work Images 10%Up to 15 images Max 15 from a single collected work (includes web site) Database Database (Numerical Data) 10% Up to 2500 fields or cell entries such as spreadsheet A cell is a single box as in Excel. A field is single category of information. Fair Use Guidelines- What and how much may I copy ? All uses MUST: include a Fair Use Notice (see example) on your project/report be labeled with a URL (if from the Web) be included as an entry in your bibliography Whichever is less
Sample Fair Use Notices All cited images in this report are used under the Fair Use interpretation of copyright laws. All others are used by permission. All cited images in this slide show are used under the Fair Use interpretation of copyright laws. All others are used by permission. All cited images in this project are used under the Fair Use interpretation of copyright laws. All others are used by permission. Note: Cited images are images with URLs (web addresses) or copyright holder names shown below them.
Bibliography Agnew, Janet, Glen Gummess, and Mike Hudson. “A Visit to Copyright Bay.” 22 May 2004. University of St. Francis. 6 Sept 2004.. Educational Multimedia Fair Use Guidelines Development Committee. “Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia.” 17 July 1996. Indiana University. 20 January 2005.. “Image of Albert Einstein.” No date. Online image. Sprott’s Gateway. 10 Dec 2004.. “Image of Albert Einstein with tongue.” No date. Online image. Rebecca L. Riester, Associate Professor of Chemistry. 10 Dec 2004.. “Image of sequins.” No date. Online image. Cartwright’s Sequins and Vintage Buttons. 10 Dec 2004.. Purdue University Online Writing Lab. “Using Modern Language Association (MLA) Format.” Dec 2003. Purdue University. 15 Dec 2004.. This presentation brought to you by the Cumberland Valley Technology Department 2004