Copyright Catechism II: Practical Answers to Everyday School by Carol Ann Simpson
By Carol Ann Simpson
For as regards to a decade, writer Carol Simpson fielded and spoke back inquiries for the "Copyright Questions of the Month" column for Library Media Connection. The questions and solutions of this booklet are gleaned from the myriad copyright questions submitted to her through real educators within the box, addressing the original copyright matters in schools.The info in Copyright Catechism II: functional solutions to daily college Dilemmas could be worthwhile to K-12 educators of all kinds, yet particularly librarians, expertise experts, and faculty directors with out time to check copyright legislation in-depth. the subjects coated characterize the advanced and in all likelihood complicated matters that lively K-12 educators come upon of their day-by-day paintings.
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Under the print guidelines, she can make a transparency © Fair Use | Copying Music Lyrics One of my teachers wants to make copies of the lyrics of “We Can Work It Out” by the Beatles for her students to look at as they listen to it. They are studying The Outsiders, and she then wants her students to use the lyrics as a reflective activity and relate them to the theme of The Outsiders. Is she within Fair Use guidelines? or poster of the lyrics and use that for as many years as she wishes. Song lyrics are like poetry in that respect.
When you make multiple copies for students, the guidelines tell you that the copies must go to the students because they specifically say you can’t “accumulate” the copies, and you can’t copy the same item again in a subsequent term. So, yes, if you need the same material copied semester after semester (for one-semester classes) or year after year (for full-year classes), you need to purchase the rights or get permission. Chapter Two: Print Materials 21 Fair Use | Student “Write-on” Copy © Fair Use | Student “Write-on” Copy If we have a textbook for each student, am I allowed to copy a page out of the book and distribute it to the students so they can write on it?
As an alternative, you can have an artistic student draw some type of original superhero and use that with just a slight adjustment in the campaign. Chapter Three: Graphic Materials 49 © Public Display | Displaying Book Covers on the Web Public Display | Displaying Book Covers on the Web Can I scan book covers and post them to my website with student reviews? The LM_Net archives illuminate the conflicting points of view regarding this issue. My instructor for my Web Design class said he thought it was within fair use guidelines.