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Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization providing free legal mechanisms for learners inside and outside schools to share and remix content. A creative commons environment allows for an expanded range of creative work to be available for others to legally build upon and share. Creative Commons: Creative Commons Once the Creative Commons domain has been developed it will enable content creators to grant some or all of their rights to the exclusive domain through open content licensing terms. The intention of the exclusive Creative Commons domain is to avoid the problems current copyright laws create for the sharing of information. General Fair Use Guidelines : General Fair Use Guidelines Students may use portions of lawfully acquired copyrighted works in their academic multimedia projects, with proper credit and citations. They may retain them in personal portfolios as examples of their academic work. Students and teachers must include on the opening screen of their programs and on any printed materials that their presentation has been prepared under fair use exemption of the U.S. Copyright Law and are restricted from further use. General Fair Use Guidelines : General Fair Use Guidelines For face-to-face curriculum-based instruction Demonstrations of how to create multimedia productions Presented at conferences (but you may not share copies of the actual production) For remote instruction as long as the distribution signal is limited Kept for only 2 years Fair use ends when the multimedia creator loses control of his product's use, such as when it is accessed by others over the Internet. Educators may claim fair use for their own productions providing these productions are: General Fair Use Guidelines: General Fair Use Guidelines Educators or students need not write for permission if their presentation falls within the specific multimedia fair use guidelines; however,: however, educators and students are advised to note that if there is a possibility that their own educational multimedia project incorporating copyrighted works under fair use could later result in broader dissemination, whether or not as commercial product, it is strongly recommended that they take steps to obtain permissions during the development process for all copyrighted portions rather than waiting until after completion of the project. So What Can I Use? : So What Can I Use? Up to 10% of a copyrighted work or 1000 words, whichever is less Poems Entire poem if less than 250 words 250 words or less if longer poem No more than 5 poems (or excerpts) of different poets, from an anthology Only 3 poems (or excerpts) per poet Text Text So What Can I Use? : So What Can I Use? Up to 10% of a copyrighted work or 3 minutes, whichever is less Clip cannot be altered in any way Motion Media Motion Media So What Can I Use? : So What Can I Use? A photograph or illustration may be used in its entirety No more than 5 images of an artist's or photographer's work When using a collection, no more than 10% or no more than 15 images, whichever is less Photos cannot be rebroadcasted on the Internet (Ex: Podcasting) Illustrations Illustrations So What Can I Use? : So What Can I Use? Up to 10% of a body of sound recording, but no more than 30 seconds Any alterations cannot change the basic melody or the fundamental character of the work Music Music Up to 10% of a copyrighted musical composition, but no more than 30 seconds So What Can I Use? : So What Can I Use? Internet resources often combine both copyrighted and public domain sites; therefore care should be used in downloading any sites for use in multimedia presentations. Until further clarification, educators and students are advised to write for permission to use Internet resources and to be mindful of the copyright ramifications of including embedded additional links to that particular site. Internet Internet emerging ethical standards ? : emerging ethical standards ? How do we ensure that every child has been socialized into the emerging ethical standards that should shape their practices as media makers and as participants in online communities? 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