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Copyright questions about different formats (data, images, music and video) can be especially difficult. Sometimes the law specifically distinguishes between these different formats, and in most cases there are media-specific considerations that impact a copyright analysis. In this course we will look at four different media, paying special attention to the unique issues for each one and the kinds of information that is important when making copyright decisions for each type of material. We will work through fair use issues for each multimedia format, look at format-specific exceptions in the law, and consider unique issues for seeking permission for film, music, images and data. At the end of this course, participants will have a deeper understanding of how to apply our framework for making copyright decisions, and will be more comfortable with assessing multimedia issues. They will have gained more and more diverse experience for considering fair use....
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Cours en ligne à 100 %

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Dates limites flexibles

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Recommandé : 4 weeks of study, 1-2 hours/week

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Sous-titres : English

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Introduction and Getting Started

Copyright questions about different formats – data, images, music and video – can be especially difficult. Sometimes the law specifically distinguishes between these different formats, and in most cases there are media-specific considerations that impact a copyright analysis. In this course we will look at four different media types, paying special attention to the unique issues for each one and the kinds of information that are important when making copyright decisions. We will work through fair use issues for each multimedia format, look at specific exceptions in the law, and consider unique issues for seeking permission for film, music, images and data. At the end of this course, participants will have a deeper understanding of how to apply our framework for making copyright decisions, and will be more comfortable with assessing multimedia issues. ...
Reading
2 vidéos (Total 5 min), 5 lectures
Video2 vidéos
Getting Started1 min
Reading5 lectures
Course Overview10 min
Course Copyright Information10 min
About Us10 min
Framework for Analyzing any Copyright Problem10 min
Course feedback10 min
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1 heure pour terminer

Data

Data can refer to many different types of materials, and the copyright situation is different depending on what particular type of data is meant. In this module we will consider the different potential types of data, the rights associated with each one, and the copyright considerations involved when using data. We will look carefully at how fair use applies in various data-use situations. ...
Reading
2 vidéos (Total 13 min), 2 lectures, 1 quiz
Video2 vidéos
Data Examples7 min
Reading2 lectures
Resource Links10 min
Feedback form10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Data Assessment16 min

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Images

Those who create or use works of visual arts benefit from an understanding copyright protections and exemptions. Topics covered in this module include which works of visual arts get copyright protection, what special rights are afforded artists under the Visual Artists Rights Act (VARA), how to apply the TEACH Act and fair use to images, and what steps to take if you need to seek permission. Finally, some attention will be given to social media, implied licenses that can arise when posting and using images, and privacy. ...
Reading
9 vidéos (Total 54 min), 3 lectures, 3 quiz
Video9 vidéos
What Images Get Copyright Protection,3D4 min
VARA and Moral Rights4 min
TEACH Act for Images4 min
Fair Use for Images, Part 16 min
Fair Use for Images, Part 2: Transformative Fair Use4 min
Fair Use for Images, Part 3: Use Cases7 min
Permission to Use Images9 min
Images in Social Media, Implied Licenses, and Privacy8 min
Reading3 lectures
Resources Links10 min
Resource Links10 min
Feedback form10 min
Quiz3 exercices pour s'entraîner
TEACH Act for Images Assessment8 min
Images and Fair Use Cases Assessment8 min
Final Assessment for Images Module18 min

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Music and Audio

Copyright for music, and especially for recording music, is extremely complicated and difficult to untangle. In this module we will explore the multiple rights that must be accounted for in almost every musical composition or recording. We will pay special attention to the multitude of licenses that come in to play when creating or using music. Exceptions for using music in teaching will be covered, and we will examine fair use considerations for different musical situations in detail. This is a module that has important implications for musicians, music teachers, librarians, and all those who want to use or reuse music. ...
Reading
12 vidéos (Total 71 min), 5 lectures, 3 quiz
Video12 vidéos
Use Cases5 min
Performance Licenses4 min
Teaching with Music2 min
TEACH Act for Music3 min
Fair Use for Music6 min
A Common Fair Use Dilemma5 min
Transformative Fair Use for Music8 min
Examples of Using Music6 min
Infringement9 min
Getting Permission9 min
Filming Student Performances4 min
Reading5 lectures
Resource Links10 min
Resource Link10 min
Resource Links10 min
Resource Links10 min
Feedback form10 min
Quiz3 exercices pour s'entraîner
Overture Assessment8 min
Melody Assessment8 min
Module Test18 min

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Film and Video

Copyright issues for film tend to be complicated because of the number of creators and creative works that come together to make them. In this module, students will learn to apply the fundamentals of copyright with regard to film. Topics covered include identification of the various rights and rights holders involved in many films, the role of copyright exceptions when creating or using film in educational settings, and when and how to seek permission to make use of copyrighted material in films....
Reading
11 vidéos (Total 74 min), 3 lectures, 5 quiz
Video11 vidéos
Garcia Case4 min
What Do You Want to Do?10 min
Using Films in Class6 min
Filming your Teaching6 min
Students and Film4 min
Fair Use and Film8 min
Anti-Circumvention9 min
Fair Use Examples and Disputes9 min
Film Permissions5 min
Conclusion3 min
Reading3 lectures
Resource Links10 min
A Framework for Analyzing any Copyright Problem10 min
Feedback form10 min
Quiz5 exercices pour s'entraîner
Lesson 1 Quiz10 min
Lesson 2 Quiz8 min
Lesson 3 Quiz10 min
Lesson 4 Quiz10 min
Course Final Exam24 min
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par MRJun 15th 2017

Easy to follow and with great teachers commenting on the pragmatic issues of licensing and fair use, which is invaluable for the foreign student, no matter his degree.

par JONov 19th 2016

Excellent course, incredibly informative and very well taught. Highly recommend to anyone interested in entertainment as well as the laws and liability involved.

Enseignants

Kevin Smith, M.L.S., J.D.

Former Director, Copyright and Scholarly Communication
Duke University Libraries

Lisa A. Macklin, J.D.,M.L.S.

Director, Scholarly Communications Office
Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University

Anne Gilliland, JD, MLS

Scholarly Communications Officer
University Libraries, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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