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What is copyright?

The exclusive right to make copies, license and otherwise exploit a literary, musical or artistic work, whether printed, audio, photography, video, etc.

Copyright pertains to anyone who has authored original work and starts upon creation of the work.

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What is a copyright holder?

The person or entity that owns the copyright.

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What is plagiarism?

The process of copying another person’s idea or written work and claiming it as original.

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What is public domain?

The condition of not being protected by patent or copyright and so freely available for use.

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What is fair use?

A provision of copyright law that outlines the extent to which copyrighted work can be used or reproduced without seeking the permission of the copyright holder.

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When do you have to give credit to another person's work?

- When using another person’s idea, opinion or theory.
- When using any facts , statistics, graphs, drawings-any pieces of information that are not common knowledge.
- When using quotations of another person’s actual spoken or written words.
- When you paraphrase another person’s spoken or written words.

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Fill in the blank: If the material you have taken from the original work has been transformed by adding ________________, it is more likely fair use.

New expression or meaning.

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Fill in the blank: If __________________ by creating new information, new aesthetics, new insights and understandings, it is more likely fair use.

Value was added

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Fill in the blank: If you are just ___________, it’s not likely fair use.

Copying

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Fill in the blank: If the work is for use in an ______________ it is more likely to be considered fair use.

Educational institution

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What are some examples of fair use?

Education, review, criticism or parody.

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Fill in the blank: You will have a stronger case for fair use if the material is from a ___________ and not an unpublished work.

Published work

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Fill in the blank: ______________ are more likely to be fair use than currently printed works

Out of print works

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Fill in the blank: ________________, the less likely it will be fair use.

The more artistic the work is

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Fill in the blank: The _______________, the more likely that your copying will be considered fair use

Less you take

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Fill in the blank: Even if you take a small portion of a work your copying will not be fair use if the portion taken is the _________________.

Heart of the work

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What is the general guidance for fair use work?

10%

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True or false: If you deprive the copyright owner of income, is it fair use?

True

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True or false: If your work doesn't undermine a new or potential market for the copyrighted work, is it fair use?

Yes