Copyright for Educators

  1. Opening video (Disney montage- very good and funny- on wiki)
  2. If something is in a tangible format it is copyright.
  3. 1976- Copyright Law is passed
  4. How can teachers and students use copyrighted materials?
    1. Giving credit is necessary, but does not give clearance to use the copyrighted material
    2. Get permission in WRITING!
      1. how you are using it
      2. the dates
      3. will credit owner
    3. Can you use something that does not say it is copyrighted? NO- after 76 anything without notice is copyrighted. Having the copyright gives you the ability to sue
    4. Can put a circle c on your works as a reminder to people that it is copyrighted.
    5. Even if you're not making money you are still infringing
  5. FAIR USE:
    1. allows you to use materials without receiving permissions
    2. applies to teaching, criticism, news reporting, and parodies
    3. It DOES NOT give you unlimited use of materials
    4. can use it for:
      1. FTF, std self-study, portfolio, distance learning
    5. Educators can use something for two years, UNLESS you have written permission
    6. 10% or 1000 words
    7. 10% o rno more than 30 seconds of music, lyrics, and music video
    8. 10% or 3 mins of motion media
    9. no more than 5 photographs from an artist
    10. you may only make 2 copies with an additional copy for preservation
  6. You cannot create a video with music and sell it- it is NOT instructional
  7. Royalty Free Music:
    1. soundsabound
    2. SoperSound
    3. DeWolfe Music
    4. FRESH
    5. Garageband
  8. Can you use a video clip or movie that is rented YES, if it is face to face instruction as long as it does not say HOME USE ONLY
  9. Buy rights to show movies in school for anything anywhere - http://www.movlic.com
  10. Can show tv broadcast within 10 days but must be erased after 45 days
  11. GOOGLE IMAGES:
    1. NOOOO
    2. Flickr, FreeFoto, Pics4Learning, Creative Commons
  12. CITE EVERYTHING!