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  • 1.4/7/2014 1 Copyright and Online Learning Environments Rafia Mirza Digital Humanities Librarian Peace Ossom Williamson STEM & Nursing Librarian Lydia Pyburn Off-Campus Services Librarian

2. 4/7/2014 2 About Copyright Materials found on the Open Web Public Domain, Fair Use Open Access, Creative Commons Finding Materials for Courses Open Web and PubMed Central Linking Licensed Materials (in our Library) Materials found though Library Resources (catalog, databases, etc.) Types of Materials Single- and Multi-User Licenses Linking Reserves 3. Disclaimer The following content is advice based on local expertise and widely adopted best practice. Neither this presentation nor any advice provided by UTA Libraries Services staff constitute legal advice. 4/7/2014Footer Text 3 4. Copyright is a form of protection grounded in the U.S. Constitution and granted by law for original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression. Copyright covers both published and unpublished works. via 4/7/2014 4 Image via 5. Copyright All Rights are Reserved o This means you must ask for permission for any use not covered by Fair Use o Without the copyright holder's permission, the work cannot be Used Adapted Copied Published Modified 4/7/2014 Image via Cory Doctorow 5 6. Open Web Materials Materials found online, outside of the librarys resources. These materials may be copyrighted o Free from copyright Public Domain o Copyrighted Fair Use Creative Commons Open Access 4/7/2014 6 7. Public Domain o These works are unavailable to private ownership, or are publicly available. This occurs when intellectual property rights have expired are forfeited or are inapplicable o Examples: Expired, created before 1923: Notes on Nursing by Florence Nightingale (published 1860) Inapplicable: Works by the United States Government are considered public domain 4/7/2014 7 Image via USCapitol 8. Public Domain o You do not need to request permission or pay a license fee to use these works; and, for the most part, you can use these works in any way you wish because they are not covered by copyright law. o Derivative works No restriction in the public domain Translation Dramatization 4/7/2014 8 9. Fair Use o According to U.S. Copyright, fair use is permitted use by exception. These are generally for comment or criticism, reporting, teaching and scholarship, or research. 4/7/2014 9 10. Fair Use 4/7/2014 10 o The four factors that determine whether reproduction is fair use are purpose, nature, amount, and market. Purpose: Educational and non-profit Nature: Published, factual, nonfiction material Amount: Small portion of a work Market: Little or no effect on sales 11. Fair Use 4/7/2014 11 o Formats: Rules of thumb Text: 10% or 1,000 words Film/Animation: 10% or 30 seconds Image/Illustration: complete work, but no more than 5 from same artist/photographer Data Table: 10% or 2,500 fields or cell entries Image by Ferdinand Reus. 12. Moral Consideration 4/7/2014Footer Text 12 Image by Corey Theiss. o BEST PRACTICE: Do not forget attribution. oEven when you use a work legally, it is best practice to provide information about the source Creator of the work Location of the original oAlso, be sure you are not breaking a sites terms of service. 13. Open Access 4/7/2014 Image via PLOS 13 Open-access (OA) literature is digital, online, free of charge, and free of most copyright and licensing restrictions. OA removes price barriers (subscriptions, licensing fees, pay-per- view fees) and permission barriers (most copyright and licensing restrictions). - Peter Suber 14. Open Access 4/7/2014 Image via Tom Olijhoek BY_licensed_articles_on_Malaria_from_2010-2011.png 14 15. Creative Commons 4/7/2014 Image via 15 16. Creative Commons 4/7/2014 Image via Jan Slangen 16 17. Linking PubMed 4/7/2014 17 18. Linking PubMed 4/7/2014 18 19. Linking 4/7/2014 Image Via Preston Digital Archives 19 20. Licensed Materials (in our Library) License agreement o A contract between two or more parties stipulating permission to use materials for a specific period and cost. You can use licensed electronic materials in your classes o Ebooks o Articles 4/7/2014 20 21. eBooks 4/7/2014 21 22. eBooks 4/7/2014 22 23. eBooks 4/7/2014 23 24. Articles in PDF format 4/7/2014 24 25. Linking to Licensed materials 4/7/2014 25 o Include ezproxy for off- campus students o Use permanent or stable URLs ?direct=true&db=ccm&AN=2012421889 &site=ehost-live Image via Ankur Sohoni 26. Reserves o Course Reserves o o Guidelines o o FAQ o o Reserves Form o Questions? Email: 4/7/2014 26 27. 4/7/2014 27LOC, East Corridor 28. 4/7/2014 28 Presenters Rafia Mirza Digital Humanities Librarian Peace Ossom Williamson STEM & Nursing Librarian Lydia Pyburn Off-Campus Services Librarian This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.


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