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FAIR USE OF COPYRIGHT PROTECTED MATERIALS

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Working in a Media Center, questions about copyright always come up. I created this PowerPoint presentation when I was in grad school, and have found myself using it to refer to when teachers ask me questions about what they can copy and use legally. I have listed my favorite print sources on the PowerPoint, and there are alot of sources on the Internet. One that I have found particularly helpful is http://www.mediafestival.org/copyrightchart.html. I like this one because it has a chart you can pdf and print.

 

Here is my attempt to clarify a huge and knarly issue.

 

FAIR USE OF COPYRIGHT PROTECTED MATERIALS.ppt

 

 

Alisa Humphrey

Ridgeview Junior High School

Media Specialist

Pickerington, Ohio

Comments (1)

Anonymous said

at 9:26 am on Mar 31, 2007

Use caution on that mediafestival site. There are several inaccuracies, such as being able to make archival copies of video. That's plain out wrong.

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