3 C's of Media - Copyright and Creative Commons

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A module designed to inform undergraduates on the whys and hows of using Creative Commons licensed materials and how to search for them.

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Click on tabs to go to different sections. Use arrows to page through. Click to get started Objectives Background Practice Task 3C’s of Media – Copyright and Creative Commons

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What if you had taken it? How do you think you would feel? Maybe excited enough to put it online ? What Do You Think of This Picture?

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What if a month later you found out that someone had sold 100 of these tee shirts with your picture on it for 15$ apiece? How do you think you might feel about that ?

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When someone creates something, they own it . They have copyright to that work. U.S. copyright law gives the author/creator or owner of an original creative work an exclusive right to: Reproduce (copy) or distribute the original work to the public (e.g., create and sell copies of a film) - Create new works based upon the original work (e.g., make a movie based on a book) - Perform or display the work publicly (e.g., perform a play) Violation of one of these rights is called copyright infringement and is illegal. However, the use may be authorized by copyright limitations (such as fair use.)

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Use Creative Commons Licensed Work After this workshop you will be able to: Utilize a search tool to view Creative Commons licensed materials Create a small (2-4 items) collection of Creative Commons licensed material Articulate understanding of the importance of Creative Commons licensed material Please Note : Besides a computer and this Powerpoint , you will need an internet connection to complete this module.

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Follow Link to Watch a Video -Then Return to Slideshow http://commoncraft.com/video/copyright-and-creative-commons Question: Why click though? Why not just embed the video? Answer: Because the terms of use for this video say I can’t use it that way. However, I may link to the video.

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CC0 Public Domain Declaration CC Attribution (CC BY) CC Attribution Share Alike (CC BY-SA) CC Attribution No Derivs (CC BY-ND) CC Attribution Non Commercial ( CC BY-NC) CC Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike ( CC BY-NC SA) CC Attribution Non Commercial No Derivs ( CC BY-NC SA) More information: http://creativecommons.org/examples#by-nc-nd 6 Levels of Creative Commons License

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A Way To Search for Media Ever done a search on How about Ever searched any other site? We are going to take a look at the search feature on the Creative Commons site at http:// search.creativecommons.org / Creative Commons Search works the same way!

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Click On Video To Watch The Demo Video also available at http://youtu.be/KXwcVUCqP6s

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Do A Search On Your Own Step One - Do a search for three assets in the medium of your choice at http:// search.creativecommons.org / Step Two - Copy and paste the urls of the items as a reply to the post at bit.ly/1eCqrEt Step Three - In the same place, respond to these questions: 1. What two things did I learn today about searching for and using Creative Commons materials? 2. What one thing about using Creative Commons am I still unsure of?

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Lets Review – Click the Correct Answer How many levels of Creative Commons licenses are there? 4 6 10

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Lets Review – Click the Correct Answer When someone creates something they own it. This is called… Fair Use Copyright

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Lets Review – Click the Correct Answer You can search for all kinds of Creative Commons licensed work on the Creative Commons web site True False

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Other Creative Commons Search Sites http://www.morguefile.com/archive/   http://www.wylio.com/   http://edupic.net/   http://opensourcemusic.com/   http://freemusicarchive.org/   http:// www.soundclick.com /   http://photos8.com/   http://creativity103.com/   http:// vimeo.com/creativecommons   http:// blip.tv / No audio on this slide

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Lesson Ends Here Thanks for attending the 3C’s of Media Workshop No audio on this slide Tiger Photograph: Tiger Close Up by Mark Mcneill (CC BY-NC-ND2.0)

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