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Copyright in Education Staying on the Right Side of Copyright in Education Your district may be breaking copyright laws and not even know it. Here's how to protect yourself from liability. Many of your students are criminals. Some of your teachers may be as well.

Julie's Journey- Uncovering Copyright

As promised in the last episode, I've taken some time to tackle the question of copyright. It can certainly be confusing, but I'm finding it worthwhile to learn more about how to share content responsibly. When uploading content to Open Assembly, there are three main license types to choose from, with a few options in...

Fair Use Checklist

Introduction to the Checklist The Fair Use Checklist and variations on it have been widely used for many years to help educators, librarians, lawyers, and many other users of copyrighted works determine whether their activities are within the limits of fair use under U.S. copyright law (Section 107 of the U.S.

Fair Use Checklist

Take time to make sure your content is meeting the favorable fair use checklist.

Using Copyright - Copyright Basics - Research & Technology Guides at University of Michigan Library

The following guide provides answers to common copyright questions.

Fair Use Evaluator

Only a court of law can definitively rule on whether a use is fair or unfair. This tool does not assume or predict a court outcome.

CUE Presentation on Copyright, Creative Commons

Because we are all becoming creators & publishers of public works & digital content.And ...

Digital History | Owning the Past?

A Brief History of Copyright he idea of a balance between the rights of the creators of intellectual property and the social and cultural claims of sharing and community finds support in the early history of American copyright law.

3 must-knows about teachers and copyright | eSchool News | eSchool News | 2
  1. Know the concepts. Before any policy can be enacted, it's important all parties know two key definitions when discussing issues of teacher-created digital content: copyright and license. The brief defines copyright as ownership of intellectual property.
Library Digitization Projects and Copyright - Part II - Expiration of Works into the Public Domain | LLRX.com

Editors' Note (SP): This article is divided into six parts. You may link directly to each one of these parts using the chart directly below. In addition, for your reference, the article's complete Table of Contents appears in section one of the

Copyright & Fair Use Articles

General Articles Big Myths about copyright explained by Brad Templeton. This is a list of 10 misconceptions of about copyright rights A Bill of Writes column by Nicholas Negroponte and Michael Hawley, originally published in Wired Magazine. Almost every book published in the United States during the last 15 years has been produced digitally.

Only a court of law can definitively rule on whether a use is fair or unfair. This tool does not assume or predict a court outcome.

The Copyright Act gives copyright holders the exclusive right to reproduce works for a limited time period. Fair use is a limitation on this right. Fair use allows people other than the copyright owner to copy part or, in some circumstances, all of a copyrighted work, even where the copyright holder has not given permission or objects.