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Copyright for teachers and librarians

by Rebecca P. Butler

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Published by Neal-Schuman Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Copyright -- United States,
    • Fair use (Copyright) -- United States,
    • Teachers -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementRebecca P. Butler.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF2995 .B88 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 248 p. :
      Number of Pages248
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3304043M
      ISBN 101555705006
      LC Control Number2004046013

      The American Library Association's latest guide to copyright law. Addresses common misperceptions about copyright librarians Readership While copyright laws and practices vary widely between countries, librarians and information professionals in English-speaking countries other than the U.S. may find value and use in the contents.

        As librarians and their fellow educators attempt to navigate teaching remotely, many are concerned about copyright laws for books and other texts. A group of college, university, and public librarians released a statement Friday outlining why they believe the extraordinary circumstances meet qualifications that would extend fair use beyond its. School closures across the country are forcing more and more teachers to switch to remote learning for their classes. As a member of a family with several elementary school teachers, and the parent of a six-year-old, I understand how important it is for young students to have face-to-face interaction with their teachers.

      Offered by Duke University. Fear and uncertainty about copyright law often plagues educators and sometimes prevents creative teaching. This course is a professional development opportunity designed to provide a basic introduction to US copyright law and to empower teachers and librarians at all grade levels. Course participants will discover that the law is designed to help educators and.   For example, recasting a novel as an e-book, audiobook or translation into another language is likely to be found to be a derivative work that is protected by copyright and not a transformative use and would weigh against a finding of fair use.


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Both a self-education tool and a practical guide, the book makes clear just what teachers and librarians can and cannot do in the classroom or library. Essential background is provided for everything from the basic concepts of copyright law to specific 3/5(1).

It's essential to stay abreast of the basics of copyright law and fair use. Kenneth D. Crews has completely revised his classic text to remap the territory with fresh, timely insights into applications of copyright law for librarians, educators, and by: Both a self-education tool and a practical guide, the book makes clear just what teachers and librarians can and cannot do in the classroom or library.

Essential background is provided for everything from the basic concepts of copyright law to specific applications of it for various types of media. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Free Online Resources for Teachers and Librarians Ma April 9, by Maddie Hughes We know many of you are looking for resources and tools to help your students and patrons while your schools and libraries are closed. General scope of copyright The five fundamental rights that the bill gives to copyright owners—the exclusive rights of reproduction, adaptation, publication, performance, and display—are stated generally in section These exclusive rights, which comprise the so-called “bundle of rights” that is a copyright.

• Works, published between and Decemare likely copyright protected provided that the published works had proper notice of copyright. Those published works without a proper notice of copyright are in the public domain which means that their copyright protection has expired. This video helps teachers understand the basics of copyright, fair use, public domain, and open licensing.

For more information on this topic, read the open textbook chapter: http. A literary work is a work that explains, describes, or narrates a particular subject, theme, or idea through the use of narrative, descriptive, or explanatory text, rather than dialog or dramatic action.

As teachers and librarians, we want our kids to find and use information, and although we don’t want them to misuse others’ creations, we certainly don’t want them to be afraid of finding and using media and information.

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To create media-rich presentations and lessons, librarians and educators often turn to content created by others, wading into the murky waters of copyright. In this eCourse, expert educator Butler will guide you through the specific applications of U.S.

copyright law common to workshops, lesson plans, tutorials, and other presentations. You will learn how to assert your “fair use” rights. There’s no copyright rule book for librarians and information professionals.

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Fair use is a component ofU.S. copyright law that allowslimited use of copyrighted materialwithout obtaining writtenpermission, purchasing thework, or paying the creator aroyalty.

Typically, fair use providesfor the legal, nonlicensedcitation or incorporation ofcopyrighted material in anotherauthor's work, and applies whenthey are used for such. Librarians are desperate to convert CDs to MP3 format but are prohibited by copyright law as one can only copy for preservation purposes if a copy is not available to purchase commercially.

There is currently no rights management agency responsible for audio books, and contacting individual publishers would take too long for school librarians.Macmillan Content Use Guidelines for Teachers, Librarians, and Parents With many schools around the country closed, and more closing daily, Macmillan wants to support teachers, librarians and parents as they work to keep their students and children engaged with reading and learning via virtual classrooms and other forms of remote learning.

Many educators and librarians have sought permission from Canadian publishers to read part or all of a book and to share a video of the reading for online story-time with their students.

“We are pleased to partner with the Association of Canadian Publishers to facilitate online story- times while schools and libraries are temporarily closed.