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  • 1.Giving Credit Where Credit is Due
    COPYRIGHT, FAIR USE, AND CREATIVE COMMONS : MUST -KNOWS FOR THE MEDIALITERACYEDUCATOR
    July 2011

2. balance
Fair Use
music
Respect
Copyright
images
Control
factors
Credit
Culture
Appreciation
Creating
exchange
RESPONSIBILITY
license
Educators
law
economics
questions
DANCE
Creative Commons
3. http://www.flickr.com/photos/wader/31796348/
4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/54921133@N08/5904899665
5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevinkrejci/5907196790/
6. As we depend more and more on the Internet for information, we need to remembereven if you find it on the Web, it still belongs to the person who created it.And, the ownership of these creations is protected under the U.S. Copyright Law.
7. Literary works
Musical works
Dramatic works
Pantomimed and choreographed works
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptured works
Motion pictures and audiovisual works
Sound recordings
These types of work are protected under the law.
8. How does a piece of work qualify for copyright protection?
It must be

  • ORIGINAL

9. CREATIVE TO A MINIMAL DEGREE 10. IN A FIXED OR TANGIBLE FORM OF EXPRESSIONhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeblogs/3020966666
11. Watch out
Just because it doesnt say copyright doesnt
mean it isnt.

  • Works created before 1989 require the copyright notice.

12. Since 1989 works do not have to have the copyright notice, but they are still protected under the law. 13. It begins with its creation and ends 70 years after the death of the creator.