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A Guide to Intellectual Property: Fair Use in the Classroom

What is intellectual property? When can you use copyrighted materials in the classroom? As education becomes more dependent on the Internet, issues of multimedia and its use in the classroom are rapidly evolving. Librarians, media specialists, and teachers need to more . . .

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IN FOCUS: What is intellectual property?

This webcast provides an overview of intellectual property. Intellectual property refers to creations of the mind: inventions; literary and artistic works; confidential information; and symbols, names, images, and more . . .

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IN FOCUS: Introduction to Fair Use

This webcast focuses on fair use. Fair use is part of copyright law, which protects the fixed expression of ideas—meaning the expression is written down, recorded on an audio or video device, stored on a computer, painted on more. . .

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The Teacher’s Guide to Intellectual Property: Fair Use in the Classroom

What is intellectual property? When can you use copyrighted materials in the classroom? As education becomes more dependent on the Internet, issues of multimedia and its use in the classroom are rapidly evolving. Teachers need to know how to balance intellectual property rights and fair use of copyrighted materials more . . .

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Check out this PSA by Raviv Ullman and Douglas Smith 

Special thanks to:

Douglas Smith and Raviv Ullman for their time and talents.
www.myspace.com/hisorchestramusic

Michael Medico for his direction and conceptualization.
www.michaelmedico.com

Susan Ferris for connecting us.
www.brokenhalorecords.com

 

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Educating to Protect Intellectual Property (ePIP) was created with funding by grant 2009-BE-BX-0001 from the
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
, the U.S. Department of Justice, and supported by the International Trademark Association and the Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.

Copyright 2013 Constitutional Rights Foundation and Street Law, Inc.