Distance Education & Copyright Introduction to the TEACH Act “ ” Only one thing is impossible for God: to find any sense in any copyright law on the planet Mark Twain Distance Ed. & copyright The way we were The way we are Fair Use TEACH Act Scenarios The Way We Were…
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Introduction to the TEACH Act
Only one thing
is impossible for God:
to find any sense
in any copyright law
on the planet
Our copyright options in the distance
Use works in the public domain
Apply fair use
Apply TEACH Act
IUPUI Copyright Management Center
Applies to performances and displays(not digital delivery of reading materials)
Scenarios adapted (minimally) from Copyright Management Center (IUPUI)
Professor would like to post in D2L multiple newspaper articles spanning several weeks from a local paper. The articles are news items and are relevant to the subject of the course. Professor subscribes to the newspaper.
Professor would like to post in D2L portions of a book of poems she owns that has been out of print for five years. She plans only to use portions of the book which are relevant to the course.
She believes this book to be the best tool for teaching the course.
Professor would like to post in D2L a video recording of a recent television broadcast which is relevant to the course. The show is part of a series aired on network television and broadcast to the public at no charge.