Copyright Catechism: Practical Answers to Real Copyright Questions from Educators, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1586833081
  • ISBN-13: 9781586833084
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 200 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2005 | Published/Released July 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2005

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Learn about copyright law through questions and answers that give spot-on information when you need it, with the authority to support your position. These coping strategies for real-world copyright situations provide useable solutions for your everyday questions about copyright. Examples involve print, online, multimedia, video, audio, broadcast, for-profit, and fair use copyright dilemmas.

Print Publication date: 01/01/2005

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
Ownership of Copyright.
Generally: Copyright in MARC Records.
Generally: Copyright vs. Trademark.
Generally: Downloading MARC Records.
Generally: Guidelines vs. Fair Use Analysis.
Generally: Innocent Infringers.
Generally: International Copyright.
Generally: Sharing MARC Records.
Protected or Not? Copyrighting Your Work.
Protected or Not? Document Protection.
Student Work: Displaying Student Work.
Student Work: Online Worksheets.
Work for Hire: Copyright of Q and A.
Work for Hire: Copyright of Teacher Made Materials.
Work for Hire: School Organization Logo.
Work for Hire: Web Page Ownership.
Work for Hire: Work Hired by School.
Print Materials.
Fair Use: Audio Copies of Books.
Fair Use: Audio Recording of Book Chapters.
Fair Use: Audio Recording of Books.
Fair Use: Comic Superheroes.
Fair Use: Copies of Song Lyrics.
Fair Use: Copying Educational Periodicals.
Fair Use: Copying to Substitute for Textbooks.
Fair Use: Copying Workbooks.
Fair Use: Copyright Clearance Center Charges.
Fair Use: Copyright of Famous Speeches.
Fair Use: Fair Use vs. License.
Fair Use: Fill-in-the-Blank Textbooks.
Fair Use: Folktales.
Fair Use: ILL Copying.
Fair Use: Is the Bible Public Domain?.
Fair Use: Kurzweil Scanners.
Fair Use: Legal Sources of Reading Passages.
Fair Use: Lending a Bound Periodical.
Fair Use: Movie Scripts Online.
Fair Use: Nine Instances of Multiple Copying.
Fair Use: Out-of-Print Book Copies.
Fair Use: Photocopies of Internet Pages.
Fair Use: Poster Making.
Fair Use: Presenting Student Work at a Conference.
Fair Use: Proof of Sources.
Fair Use: Publishing Student Work.
Fair Use: Recording Books on Audiotape.
Fair Use: Recording Books on Tape.
Fair Use: Recording Picture Books.
Fair Use: Reproducible Magazines.
Fair Use: Rule of Five.
Fair Use: Student Cookbook.
Fair Use: Student-Made Anthologies.
Fair Use: Taping Books for Special Education.
Fair Use: Vertical Files.
Fair Use: Worksheets on the Web.
Public Display: Puppet Show Adaptations.
Graphic Materials.
Fair Use: Art Masterpiece Museum Brochure.
Fair Use: Citing Book Covers.
Fair Use: Clip Art.
Fair Use: Cover Art on the Web.
Fair Use: Creating a Derivative Work.
Fair Use: Displaying Book Covers.
Fair Use: Fair Use and Pictures on the Web.
Fair Use: Images of Public Art.
Fair Use: Making Copies of Images.
Fair Use: Newspaper Pictures.
Fair Use: PowerPoint Picture Books.
Fair Use: Reproducing Images in Newsletters.
Fair Use: Web Page Images.
Fair Use: Web Pictures.
Public Display: Book Character Murals.
Public Display: Cartoon Images.
Public Display: Displaying Book Covers on the Web.
Public Display: Displaying Cartoons.
Public Display: Graphics and Music Manuscripts.
Public Display: Graphics Over Channel One.
Public Display: Home Use Only Video.
Public Display: Photocopy Pictures for Bulletin Boards.
Public Display: Photographs of Paintings.
Public Display: Student Copies Church Painting.
Public Display: Taking Graphics from the Internet.
Public Display: Using Book Characters for Murals.
Sound Recordings and Music.
Generally: Archival Copies of Audiotapes.
Generally: Archiving Books on CD.
Generally: Band Music.
Generally: Citing Music Sources.
Generally: Fair Use of Downloaded Music.
Generally: Mechanical Reproduction Rights of Musicals.
Generally: Online Music for Video.
Generally: Replacing Damaged Audio Recording.
Generally: Selling Copies of Videotaped Music Performance.
Generally: Using a Song on CCT.
In Class: Helping Students with Low Reading Ability.
In Class: Making Band Music Available via Password.
In Class: Music in Student Productions.
In Class: Music Performance.
In Class: Public Domain Songs.
Public Performance: Audio CDs for Workshops.
Public Performance: Broadcasting a Musical Program.
Public Performance: Broadcasting School Music.
Public Performance: Choir Caroling.
Public Performance: Downloaded Music.
Public Performance: Internet Radio.
Public Performance: Music in Multimedia.
Public Performance: Music Recording Performance.
Public Performance: Playing Classical Music for Inspiration.
Public Performance: Songs During Graduation.
Public Performance: Using Background Music.
Video and Film.
Generally: Archival Copies of Video.
Generally: AV Restrictions.
Generally: Copies for Kids.
Generally: Download Data from Disc to Video.
Generally: Editing Questionable Videos.
Generally: Film Collection for Students.
Generally: Loaning Videos.
Generally: Mail Order Video Expurgation.
Generally: No-Library-Loan Video.
Generally: Off-Air Taping.
Generally: Parent Videotaping Musical Performance.
Generally: PBS Tape Retention.
Generally: Spontaneity and Providing Lists to Teachers.
Generally: Using Video Distribution Systems.
Generally: Video Anthology.
Generally: Video Edited for Content.
Generally: Video Licensing.
In Class: After School Movie Showings.
In Class: Making a Videotape Anthology.
In Class: Peripheral Movie Showings.
In Class: Private Home Exhibition Label.
In Class: Public Domain Video or Not?.
In Class: Rainy-Day Video Situations.
In Class: Satellite Television.
In Class: Showing a Movie for a Grade-Wide Unit.
In Class: Showing Movie Clips.
In Class: Spanish Cable.
In Class: Special Education Video Reward.
In Class: Student Provides Video for Educational Purposes.
In Class: Taping Off Cable.
In Class: Teacher Owned Disney Films.
In Class: Videotaped Booktalks.
Public Performance: Broadcasting a Video.
Public Performance: Charging Movie Admission Fees.
Public Performance: Licensing for DVDs and Videos.
Public Performance: Number of Program Showings Allowed.
Public Performance: Private Showings in Movie Theaters.
Public Performance: Showing Movies on Busses.
Public Performance: Showing Videos to the Entire School.
Public Performance: Synch Rights with Video.
Public Performance: Taping Episodes of a PBS Series.
Public Performance: Video PPR.
Multimedia, Software, and Distance Learning.
Generally: AR AWOL.
Generally: Burning CDs.
Generally: Discontinued Software.
Generally: Donated Software.
Generally: Fair Use on the Web?.
Generally: Installing Computer Software.
Generally: Installing Single-User CDs.
Generally: Installing Software on Circulating Computers.
Generally: Lab Pack License.
Generally: Linking Internet Sites.
Generally: Linking Web Sites.
Generally: Partial CD Installation Permission.
Generally: URL Bookmarks.
Multimedia: Background Music.
Multimedia: Borrowing Theme Music from Video.
Multimedia: Electronic Portfolio and Copyright Permissions.
Multimedia: Looping.
Multimedia: Movie Clips in PowerPoint.
Multimedia: Scanning Worksheets.
Multimedia: Showing Student-Made Multimedia Products.
Multimedia: Student Multimedia in Staff Development.
Multimedia: Using Music in PowerPoint.
Multimedia: Workshop Use of a Student Multimedia Project.
Distance Learning: Rules for Video Use in Distance Learning.
Management of Copyright.
Policies: Copyright Policy.
Policies: Finding a Copyright Attorney.
Documentation: Photocopier Warning Notice.
Documentation: Site License Definition.
Permissions Issues.
Central Reproduction.
Publisher Permission.