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Copyright Law and the Distance Education Classroom (Working Within the Information Infrastructure)

by Tomas A. Lipinski

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Published by The Scarecrow Press, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Intellectual property, copyright & patents,
  • United States,
  • Intellectual Property,
  • Distance Education & Learning,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Technology, Education, and Cop,
  • Education,
  • Intellectual Property - Copyright,
  • Education / Distance Education & Learning,
  • Copyright and distance education,
  • Computer-assisted instruction,
  • Distance education,
  • Law and legislation,
  • Administrative Law & Regulatory Practice

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages240
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7997016M
    ISBN 100810851717
    ISBN 109780810851719
    OCLC/WorldCa55220230

    Distance Education and Intellectual Property: The Realities of focus on the application of copyright law in higher education. Finally, the paper will conclude with a discussion of the issues that the traditional classroom environment. 9 "Distance learning is. While in some cases Fair Use Doctrine covers compliance to copyright law, the TEACH Act clarifies what compliance measures must be implemented with regard to distance education. This Act permits teachers and students of accredited, nonprofit educational institutions to transmit performances and displays of copyrighted works as part of a course if certain conditions are d by: the th United States Congress.

    Prepared for the FIU Online Conference, Ma by Gail Clement, University Librarian, Green Library “Copyright for Distance Education”, FIU ONLINE. A Brief Guide to TEACH Although copyright law generally treats digital and non-digital copyright-protected works in a similar manner, special digital uses, such as online distance learning and course management systems, require special attention.

    For an overview of copyright basics in higher education, watch this video from Laura Hillock of the University's General Counsel. 9. Fair use means that if I’m using it for educational purposes, I can do whatever I want with a copyrighted work, right? Classroom Guidelines. Distance Education: Expanding the Classroom. WSU copyright policy. WSU requires all users of campus Internet services to comply with all state and federal laws including copyright laws.


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Copyright Law and the Distance Education Classroom (Working Within the Information Infrastructure) by Tomas A. Lipinski Download PDF EPUB FB2

As the framework for distance education and technology (particularly copyright) law is now set in place, this book will prove an invaluable resource for years to by: 8. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Understanding the limitations on exclusive rights for educators --Understanding the new TEACH distance education law --Completing the TEACH sibility.

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A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Carolina Barton. Declared “an exemplary text that seals the standards for such books” (Managing Information), this newly revised and updated edition by respected copyright authority Crews offers timely insights and succinct guidance for LIS students, librarians, and educators alike.

law is, nevertheless, built around a vision that distance education should occur in discrete installments, each within a confined span of time, and with all elements integrated into a cohesive lecture-like Size: 37KB. Copyright law has tools specifically intended for distance learning, along with other tools such as fair use.

The following is a guest post by David Welkowitz, attorney-advisor in the Office of the General Counsel. As the spread of COVID causes schools—particularly colleges and universities—to switch to distance education, it is a good time to review an important part of the educational landscape: copyright.

Breaking copyright law and being dishonest happens in every state. Anything that teaches children that it is OK to break even little laws, as long as you don't get caught -- is wrong.

Do NOT use any literary interpretation of copyright law that you read on any website unless it is DATED AT LEAST in the past last 12 months, even this one. To further complicate the classroom exemption policy, most distance learners complete education from their home, which would force educators to choose different media in order to steer clear of copyright infringement.

Divided into four parts, this valuable resource covers topics that include: Existing law - what was it s intention, how it developed, where it s going; Guidance for making copyright decisions in day-to-day situations; Electronic classroom and international copyright agreements; Glossary of important terms and phrases and mandated words, and Cited by: The differences in trademark vs.

copyright law are subtler than they might first appear. Understanding the difference between the two, and what they can protect, is a crucial part of protecting your company’s intellectual property. Make no mistake: While the TEACH Act is a major improvement over the previous version of Section (2), the law still imposes numerous requirements for distance education that reach far beyond the modest limits in the traditional classroom.

I love books so why not share a case that shows how copyright laws affect individuals. Harriet Beecher Stowe sued a German publisher by the name of F.W Thomas (ARL). Beecher’s book, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, was translated into German and sold in the United States without Beecher’s permission.

Copyright law is simply misunderstood. There is no physicality to copyrightprotection. A copyright is a type ofintellectual property, that is, an attachment of intangible rights occurs whencertain rules are followed.

It is reminiscent of our federal or stateconstitutional protections. The copyright fair use provision explicitly provides for classroom use of copyrighted material. Instructors and students may perform and display their own educational projects or presentations for : Chloe Pascual. Education and Teaching 3.

Educational use. What has changed. Many schools, colleges and universities copy media which is protected by. copyright – for instance photocopying extracts from books for class handouts or recording television programmes to show to a class.

In order to do this, educational establishments hold educational copying. These guidelines address some educational uses of printed books and periodicals by teachers for study and classroom use.

UW has not adopted official guidelines for determining fair use. The guidelines in this section have been abstracted from the legislative notes associated with the implementation of the current copyright law in   Section (2): Displays and performances in distance education (TEACH Act) — Ability to display or perform certain types of copyrighted works in the course of distance education.

Use of (2) is subect to many conditions, including establishing institutional policies and implementing technological : Andrée Rathemacher. Distance digital education helps make this possible, whether in the traditional sense, when instructor and student are separated in place and perhaps in time, or in new hybrids of traditional classroom education combined with online components.".

Keep in mind, the only part of the law that really differs for the distance classroom vs the face-to-face classroom is the Classroom Use Exception. Online instructors still benefit from fair use and, in many cases, we can make fair uses of materials that would not Author: Rachel Bridgewater.

You truly meant to create a classroom copyright policy, locate agencies that grant permissions to use copyrighted materials, write a template for a permission request form, and locate sites to teach students about the value of original work and the societal benefits of obeying copyright laws.

You just had a few other things to do.Because of the perverse nature of modern copyright law in the United States, few of us in the education system can get by without, at least on occasion, infringing the rigid rules of copyright. By nature, children and educators want to share with each other.

Unfortunately, that often works against us. COVID expanded online classes for students of all levels. Since education in the United States has traditionally been face-to-face in classrooms, policies regarding classroom usage of copyright.