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Information about copyright
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Published on September 19, 2007

Author: Nickel

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Slide1:  EDUCATION SERVICES Slide2:  EDUCATION SERVICES To access information related to this presentation, log into www.portaportal.com as a guest using the name 'tlandon.' Using Television Effectively:  'Television is the world’s largest classroom.' -Edward R. Murrow Using Television Effectively What is Copyright?:  What is Copyright? Copyright, according to Dictionary.com, is 'the legal right granted to an author, a composer, a playwright, a publisher, or a distributor to exclusive publication, production, sale, or distribution of a literary, musical, dramatic, or artistic work.' Source: Education World online – Copyright and Wrongs http://www.education-world.com/a_curr/curr280a.shtml Article by Linda Starr Education World®, Copyright © 2004 Education World Copyright Questions:  Copyright Questions May I record a program off of the television and use it in my classroom? May I use copyrighted music in my PowerPoint presentations? Can students use Google Images in reports? Can I use YouTube or Google Video files instructionally? Copyright for Educators:  Sites discussed in this presentation can be found at www.portaportal.com Log in as a guest using the name tlandon Copyright for Educators Slide7:  Copyright and your classroom What you can use How long you can use it How you can use it in your lessons Slide8:  Based on: Title 17 of the U.S. Code Public Law 94-553, 1978 Section 106: rights of copyright holders Section 107: fair use Section 110: classroom exemption for public performance and display Open Broadcast Programming:  Source: Copyright,- Clearing Up Some Misconceptions Randy Agee, Va. D.O.E. Open Broadcast Programming Local television stations Do not require a commercial cable subscription to view Examples: In Roanoke: 7, 10, 13, 15, 21/27, 38, 59 Legal Use of Open Broadcasts:  Legal Use of Open Broadcasts Teacher must record the program or request in advance and in writing that the program be recorded (e.g. by a school media specialist) The program must be used within 10 days and may only be used for teaching (not for entertainment) The program may only be used once Legal Use of Open Broadcasts:  Legal Use of Open Broadcasts The program must be erased within 45 days May not be given to another teacher who didn’t ask for it in advance. What about cable?:  What about cable? Most programs on PAY or PREMIUM channels are not available for classroom use, but some cable programming might have classroom rights. Check with your Cable in the Classroom representative or visit http://www.ciconline.org/teachers Q. Can I rent videos for classroom use?:  Q. Can I rent videos for classroom use? A: Yes, but…. It must be used by the teacher who rents it It must be used in face-to-face teaching (not entertainment) It cannot be part of a public performance Slide14:  But who is ever going to know? Conviction on copyright infringement can carry up to a 60,000.00 fine! Rules are evolving annually, but the basic rules are::  Rules are evolving annually, but the basic rules are: Other Media Formats Slide16:  Motion media: Up to 10% or 3 minutes, whichever is less, in the aggregate. Text: Up to 10% or 1000 words, whichever is less, in the aggregate Music, lyrics, and music video: Up to 10%, but in no event more than 30 seconds, of the music and lyrics from an individual musical work (or in the aggregate of extracts from an individual work.) Slide17:  Photographs and illustrations: An entire work may be used but no more than 5 images by an artist or photographer, and no more than 10% or 15 images, whichever is less, from a published collective work. Copyrighted database or data table: Up to 10% or 2500 field entries (items of information in a record of a database, such as name or social security number) or cell entries (intersections where a row and column meet on a spreadsheet), whichever is less. Computer programs: Beyond the scope of the guidelines. Time Limits.Educators may use their educational multimedia projects for teaching courses, for a period of up to two years after the first instructional use with a class. Thereafter, permission is required for each copyrighted portion incorporated in the project. Student’s use of their own project is limited to the course for which it was created and to later portfolio use. :  Time Limits. Educators may use their educational multimedia projects for teaching courses, for a period of up to two years after the first instructional use with a class. Thereafter, permission is required for each copyrighted portion incorporated in the project. Student’s use of their own project is limited to the course for which it was created and to later portfolio use. Multimedia YouTube, My Space, and Google Video (among others) are presenting real challenges to copyright law. UNLESS YOU KNOW WHO OWNS THE RIGHTS TO THE CONTENT IN THE VIDEO, YOU CANNOT BE ASSURED OF USING IT LEGALLY IN YOUR CLASSROOM! :  YouTube, My Space, and Google Video (among others) are presenting real challenges to copyright law. UNLESS YOU KNOW WHO OWNS THE RIGHTS TO THE CONTENT IN THE VIDEO, YOU CANNOT BE ASSURED OF USING IT LEGALLY IN YOUR CLASSROOM! Web Video – a New Frontier Copyright Questions:  Copyright Questions Can I use a graphic from a college website in my lessons? 'Each student will be instructed to find and save six good pictures of the cell cycle from the internet site provided above. Student Directions: 'Find six good pictures of each phase of the cell cycle from the internet site http://biog-101-104.bio.cornell.edu/BioG101_104/tutorials/cell_division/onion_review_fs.html .You will need two interphase pictures and one picture each of prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. Each picture will be described with the characteristic of each phase. The pictures and descriptions will be placed in a folder on the desktop. Name the folder – Cell Cycle.' Rights Page: http://biog-101-104.bio.cornell.edu/BioG101_104/tutorials/cell_division.html The Internet is NOT in the public domain! :  The Internet is NOT in the public domain! Repeat after me: Visit Copyright Bay:http://www.stfrancis.edu/cid/copyrightbay/ :  Visit Copyright Bay: http://www.stfrancis.edu/cid/copyrightbay/ Think you know it all? So how am I supposed to use Instructional Media as a Classroom Tool?:  So how am I supposed to use Instructional Media as a Classroom Tool? ?????????????????????????????????????? So how am I supposed to use video as an instructional tool?:  So how am I supposed to use video as an instructional tool? Blue Ridge PBS Instructional Television is here for YOU! Unlike most television broadcasts, our ITV programs come with full taping rights for teachers.:  Unlike most television broadcasts, our ITV programs come with full taping rights for teachers. Copyright and Taping Rights Our instructional programming is licensed for educational use by all of Virginia’s public school teachers.:  Our instructional programming is licensed for educational use by all of Virginia’s public school teachers. Many of our programs have companion study guides, lesson plans, and supporting activities.:  Many of our programs have companion study guides, lesson plans, and supporting activities. Our programs have been reviewed by educators and correlated with Virginia Standards of Learning.:  Our programs have been reviewed by educators and correlated with Virginia Standards of Learning. Teacher Training Institute lesson plans give you step-by-step instructions for using instructional video in the most effective way.:  Teacher Training Institute lesson plans give you step-by-step instructions for using instructional video in the most effective way. www.brptv.comand/or www.blueridgepbs.org:  www.brptv.com and/or www.blueridgepbs.org A Quick Look at Resources from Blue Ridge PBS Confused?:  Confused? Blue Ridge PBS currently provides access to United Streaming content, and soon our ITV library will be offered WITHIN YOUR SCHOOL NETWORKS as part of our I-MoD Initiative (Instructional Media on Demand) No copyright worries with OUR CONTENT http://www.portaportal.com Log in as a guest: tlandon Slide32:  Your Community Resource for Lifelong Learning Blue Ridge PBS

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