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By Carol Ann Simpson, Christine Weiser

ISBN-10: 1586833235

ISBN-13: 9781586833237

Everything the varsity administrator must comprehend to stick criminal and in compliance with copyright law!

• Written by way of a well known professional within the box of copyright legislation and schools

• Succinctly prepared to permit you to respond to your whole copyright questions quickly

• present, up to date, and obviously written so that you shouldn't have to ask yourself what's criminal and what's not

• contains a thesaurus of phrases and an easy-to-use index

This ready-reference advisor for college directors is brief, to-the-point, and factual. It contains a word list to outline phrases like Public functionality and an index to assist the administrator fast locate details as needed.

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If you have a building-wide license, teachers become lax in their use of video. com>. HOME USE ONLY Many videos have a “home use only” notice. Some libraries and schools are fearful that using tapes so labeled will place them in jeopardy. The truth is that simply placing a “home use only” notice on a video does not restrict a school from lending a copy owned by the library or using the program if the use otherwise meets all of the fair use criteria set forth above. Once a tape has been sold, the “right of first sale” states that copyright owner’s exclusive distribution right to that copy has ceased (Reed, 1989, p.

Library: You may use a copy of an audiovisual work owned by your school library. CHAPTER 5: Audiovisual Materials in Schools 49 b. Student or teacher: You may legally use a copy of a work owned by a teacher, a student, or a student’s parents, as long as the work isn’t taped from cable or off-air beyond the taping guidelines (see off-air taping section). c. Borrowed from library: You may use a copy borrowed from the public library, a university or community college library, or from a regional media library.

The additional tests are those of brevity (defined by specific lengths and numbers of items), spontaneity (see following questions), and cumulative effect. CHAPTER 4: Print Materials in Schools 33 There should be an affirmative answer to both of the following questions before a claim of fair use may be made under these guidelines: 1. Copying is at the instance and inspiration of the individual teacher, and © 2. The inspiration and decision to use the work and the moment of its use for maximum teaching effectiveness are so close in time that it would be unreasonable to expect a timely reply to a request for permission.

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