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30 Questions Librarians Ask About Taping Copyrighted Television Programs for Educational Use

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        LC ClassificationsAugust 1982
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        Paginationxvi, 105 p. :
        Number of Pages75
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Adaptation, translation and performance Adaptations, performances and translations of works are subject to copyright section 3 of the Copyright Act. A work is considered "original" when it is the product of the author's own skill, judgment and creativity, has not been copied and demonstrates more than a trivial, mechanical level of skill and judgment.

Instead, there are a number of important but less often acknowledged social, cultural, and political implications that also merit attention: 1. How to locate copyright statements on a website• A: No, for the same reasons mentioned above. Where and when the work was published•that the educational effects of the Internet are simply a case of old wine in new bottles.

Can I use BBC content?

Accordingly, you should ask students in advance whether they consent to having their work posted online and keep written records of the permissions given. workbooks - are the books that are made to consume and are copy protected• If you got a response like this following your submission of a copyright request, it's important to review it carefully and respond accordingly.

Please see the for the copyright limits. Sometimes, they also worry about what to do if the interview is not going well. The Internet and the growth of data-driven education Another significant issue related to the increased educational significance of the Internet is the ways in which online data and information are now defining, as well as describing, social life.

Negotiating Text Permission and Fees 3. This will avoid any suggestion that the website is your own material or that your website is somehow affiliated with the other site.

To qualify for the statutory exemption, libraries typically must post a notice and a disclaimer, stating that the making of photocopies or other reproductions is governed by copyright law, and that the person using the equipment is liable for any infringement. The purpose of this guide is to assist faculty and students in making their own decisions based on a better understanding of their rights and responsibilities.