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U.S. Copyright Office YouTube Channel
The Case for Copying | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios (with Closed Captions)
U. S. Copyright Basics (TCC)
"Plagiarism, Plagiarisma, Plagiarmania [How Copyright & Plagiarism Intersect & Affect Our Students]
Essential copyright knowledge: a toolkit for teachers and librarians
ACRL Presents: Understanding Fair Use Through Case Law
Crash Course (Click on video title to be taken to full playlist)
Coursera - Copyright for Educators & Librarians (MOOC)
Copyright Conference Slides
Miami University Libraries Copyright Conferences
Copyright on Campus (Copyright Clearance Center)
Copyright on Campus
Learn about the basics of copyright relevant to college faculty--a brief tutorial from the Copyright Clearance Center.
The Library Copyright Institute 2019 Materials and Report
Reclaiming Fair Use by
Reclaiming Fair Use challenges the view that digital culture is incompatible with core copyright values. Beginning with an overview of the contemporary copyright landscape, Patricia Aufderheide and Peter Jaszi show how creators can rely on fair-use rights to make new work employing a range of information technologies. They draw on deep experience helping documentary filmmakers, English teachers, librarians, visual arts professionals, and nonfiction authors, among others, to develop their own codes of fair-use best practices. This second edition charts the burgeoning of fair use in law and practice since the book's original publication in 2011. It tracks the Twitter hashtag #WTFU (where's the fair use?), the maturing of the transformative use standard in legal disputes, and controversies about topics such as remix art and mass digitization. It provides new research authoritatively documenting changes in both attitude and practice among communities with fair-use codes. This research contributes to the growing international debate on copyright exceptions and their cultural and economic effects. With its no-nonsense advice and practical examples, Reclaiming Fair Use remains essential reading for anyone interested in intellectual property law, creative communities, the economics of copyright, and new media.
Copyright Law for Librarians and Educators by
Copyright in the world of digital information is changing at a fevered pace, even as educators and librarians digitize, upload, download, draw on databases, and incorporate materials into Web-based instruction. It's essential to stay abreast of the basics of copyright law and fair use. Crews has completely revised his classic text to remap the territory with fresh, timely insights into applications of copyright law for librarians, educators, and academics. Readers will - Learn basic copyright definitions and key exceptions for education and library services - Find information quickly with "key points" sidebars, legislative citations, and cross-references - Understand the four factors of fair use and related court interpretations - Get up to speed on current interpretations of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act from a librarian-educator viewpoint Copyright Law for Educators and Librarians-highly praised in previous editions-draws on cutting-edge case law in 18 discrete areas of copyright, including specialized and controversial music and sound recording issues. Information professionals will find the tools they need to take control of their rights and responsibilities as copyright owners and users in this succinct, easy-to-use guide.
Copyright for Academic Librarians and Professionals by
In her new book, seasoned copyright expert Butler turns her attention to one of the complex arenas in the world of copyright and intellectual freedom: the unique environment of higher education. This practical handbook will show students training to become college and university librarians how to make informed decisions regarding the use and availability of print, non-print, and online resources. Based on Butler's 17 years of experience conducting copyright workshops and courses, her book matches real-world scenarios with interpretations of the law from copyright experts in the field to provide a thorough understanding of current, everyday applications of copyright law in higher education. Beginning with a solid grounding in the underlying principles of copyright law, such as fair use, public domain, permissions, plagiarism, documentation and licenses, Creative Commons, Open Source (OS), and Open Access (OS), Butler moves onto specific applications of copyright law, including * Internet resources such as blogs/vlogs, podcasts, wikis, social networking tools, and more * DVDs, television, and streaming and on-demand video * Computer and gaming software, handheld applications, and mobile technologies * Multimedia and print works
Coaching Copyright by
From researching to remixing, library users need your guidance on a wide range of copyright topics. The way to move beyond "yes, you can" or "no, you can't" is to become a copyright coach. In this collection librarian and attorney Smith teams up with information literacy expert Ellis to offer a framework for coaching copyright, empowering users to take a practical approach to specific situations. Complete with in-depth case studies, this collection provides valuable information rooted in pragmatic techniques, including
"Can't you just say Yes? Answering Copyright Questions About Fair Use for Patrons"
Copyright is . . . (Copyright Clearance Center)
“Yes, you can scan that textbook*”
Fair Use by Common Craft
This video explains Fair Use regarding intellectual property and how to avoid copyright infringement.
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