original works Copyright protects “original works” by making it against the law for anyone to copy it or use it without permission.
original original original Copyright gives the “original” author of the book, “original” creator of the video, “original” composer of music, etc. the exclusive legal right to… Reproduce Distribute Make adaptations & Perform the works they created.
70 years From the moment of creation until 70 years after the death of the creator. For works-for-hire (work done by an employee for part of his/her job or when someone is hired to create a work), copyright lasts 95 years from publication or 120 years from creation (whichever is shorter).
Artistic Works –Drawings, paintings, photographs, comics, sculptures Motion Pictures and Other Multimedia –Movies, video games, TV programs, and cartoons Computer Programs –Software, Human (source code) and machine (object code) computer programming language Musical Works –Lyrics, songs, & ring tones Written Works –Books, speeches, magazine & newspaper articles, novels, stories, poems, essays, plays, text books, web pages, advertisements Dramatic and Choreographic Works –Plays, musicals, and dance All This Stuff …
So when is it OK for me to use copyrighted material? FairUse It’s called… Fair Use
Fair Use allows you to use a portion of the copyrighted material… as long as the following FOUR FOUR factors are considered: 1.What is the Purpose of the use? 2.What is the Nature of the copyrighted work to be used? 3.What is the Amount and substantiality of the portion used? 4.What is the Effect on the market?
Purpose of the use -Criticism and comment -News reporting -Research Nature of the copyrightedwork -Fact -Imaginative -Published -Unpublished Amount and substantiality of the portion used -Quantity -Quality Effect on the Market - Will it take profit away from creator
exempt But I thought educators were “exempt” from copyright issues. Not completely, there is still that Fair Use thing that we must consider.
Keep this in mind when trying to determine Fair Use - am I creating something new or just copying it? - will my creation take potential profits away from the original creator? - the more I take, it’s probably not going to be considered Fair Use (quantity…baby!) - the more important the info is to the work, it’s probably not going to be considered Fair Use (quality…baby!)
can So as an educator what can I do about … Photocopying Videos & Movies Images Multimedia Presentations Software Music ?????
It ’ s called Portion Control (NO, I’m not talking about your meals) I’m talking about how much of a copyrighted work you use. The Handy Dandy Teacher Guidelines (on the next slide & your handout) has this information…in case you forget after this presentation!
Here’s a Handy Dandy Guideline for Teachers on Copyright & Fair Use Now you will always know what to do! Everyone will get a copy and it will be posted near all the copy machines (in case you forget the RULES!) Chart downloaded from: http://www.techlearning.com/techle arning/pdf/events/techforum/tx05/Te acherCopyright_chart.pdf http://www.techlearning.com/techle arning/pdf/events/techforum/tx05/Te acherCopyright_chart.pdf
IS Assume everything on the Internet IS copyrighted DoNOT Do NOT republish items to the Internet without permission Purchase Royalty-Free Clip Art & Audio Follow the Copyright Law permission Ask for permission and give proper Credit (Cite your Source)
Websites to use with your Students An interactive question/answer with Cyberbee (EXCELLENT site) An interactive question/answer with Cyberbee Taking the Mystery Out of Copyright Copyright Kids A visit to Copyright Bay! An interactive Journey for kids
Resources consulted in this Presentation A Visit to Copyright Bay. (n.d.). University of St. Francis. Retrieved October 22, 2010, from http://www.stfrancis.edu/content/cid/copyrightbay/ http://www.stfrancis.edu/content/cid/copyrightbay/ Copyright and fairuse guidelines for teachers. (n.d.). Technology & Learning. Retrieved May 16, 2010, from www.techlearning.com/techlearning/pdf/events/techforum/tx05/ TeacherCopyright_chart.pdf www.techlearning.com/techlearning/pdf/events/techforum/tx05/ TeacherCopyright_chart.pdf Fishman, S. (2008). The copyright handbook: what every writer needs to know (10th ed.). Berkeley, CA: Nolo. Welcome To The FACE Kids Site. (n.d.). Welcome To The FACE Kids Site. Retrieved May 16, 2010, from http://www.copyrightkids.org/http://www.copyrightkids.org/