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Legal and Copyright Issues

Page history last edited by Claudia Ceraso 9 years, 3 months ago

 

Legal and Copyright Issues

 


Main Issues

  1. The Internet in Education
  2. Plagiarism
  3. Licensing and authorship
  4. Attribution and Nettiquete
  5. What to do?

 

Clarification of Terms

 from Wikipedia entries 

Copyright - Use of the phrase All rights reserved

Creative Commons -Use of the phrase Some rights reserved  

Copyleft

Public Domain

Licence (also License) 

Plagiarism

Attribution

Netiquette

 

What is Copyright?

What does Copyright Protect?

Originally uploaded by bogeybear

Date: February 2007

 

Basic Readings

At-a-glance

The following chart is an HTML version of a chart created by Hall Davidson to inform teachers of fair use of copyrighted materials, as provided in Chapter 1 of Title 17 of the United States Code.

Copyright and Fair Use Guidelines for Teachers

 

In Depth

 

Blog Discussions

 

The Educator's Guide to Copyright and Fair Use by Hall Davidson

 

Collectanea

Collected Perspectives on Copyright

 

The Little Book on Plagiarism by Charles Nelson

Reflections on the difference between copyright infringement, plagiarism and photocopying (when done by teachers).

 

The Iron Cage of Copyright by Beth Kanter

 

Encouraging Student Creativity with Creative Commons by Andy Carvin

 

Copyright Law:Ten dos and donts

 

12 Important US Laws Every Blogger Needs to Know

 

It Must Have Seemed Easy by David Warlick

 

 

Wiki Entries

Podcasting Legal Guide

 

An Introduction to IP and Creative Commons for Educators

 

 

News

The End of Copyright Ernest Adams (2005).

 

 

Websites

Legal Guide for Bloggers

 

Ten Big Myths about Copyright Explained by Brad Templeton

 

A Digital Annotated Concept Map of the Fundamentals of US Copyright Law by Lionel S. Sobel

 

What is Copyright Protection?

 

A Teacher's Guide to Fair Use and Copyright

 

Educational sources

 

Copyright and Fair Use - Stanford University

 

Detecting Plagiarism - IOWA State University

 

The Plagiarism Plague - Spark Notes

 

Anti-plagiarism Strategies by Robert Harris

 

Everything You Need To Know About Plagiarism  

Plagiarism

Definition, what to do and online sources

Originally uploaded by time4online

June 2007

 

Plagiarism

Originally uploaded by dwarlick

October 2007

Comments on David Warlick's webpage.

Slide 11 includes reference to the extension of work that may be cited.

 

Videos

A Fair(y) Use Tale

Uploaded to You Tube in March 2007.

Original Source.

Professor Eric Faden of Bucknell University provides this humorous, yet informative, review of copyright principles.

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What to do?

Copyscape Search Engine

Search for copies of your work on the Internet

 

Dealing with Website Plagiarism: When Someone Copies Your Blog Content? by Amit Agarwal

 

Who is Copying your Content? by Steve Dembo

 

Beware the P word: plagiarism! by Bárbara P. García

 

Orsai: Algunos casos de usurpación o plagio menor por Hernán Casciari

 

Que hacer cuando te encuentras tu trabajo copiado literalmente y sin ninguna referencia a tu persona por Isabel Pérez

 

¿Acaso yo he cometido un plagio? Universidad Icesi, Cali, Colombia

 

Creative Commons

 

Choosing a License

 

Further Reference In Spanish

Guía Legal del Blogger

 

Responsabilidad legal por los comentarios que los lectores dejan en los blogs y foros por Roger Schultz

 

Copyright y Copyleft por Enrique Quagliano


Thanks to

 

-Dennis Oliver, for his mail feedback when I mentioned my idea to create this page.

-Darren Kuropatwa, for his bookmarks.

-Judy O'Connell for the link Fair(y) Use Tale and Andy Carvin's post.

-Miguel Guhlin for the Collectanea link.

-Nathan Grimm for the Everything You Need to Know About Plagiarism link.

 

 

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