Copyright and Fair-use Guidelines
EDUCA2740 - Fall 2012, Nancy Haines
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If the work meets these three requirements, the author or creator has copyright ownership --
- Is the work fixated (can it be read, seen, or heard, either directly or by the aid of a machine)?
- Is it someone's original work?
- Does it show minimal creativity?
If the answer is yes to all of the above, then you must give credit for using the material.
Here are a couple of links to learn more about copyright and fair-use guidelines --
- Brigham Young University's Copyright Tutorial web page: http://lib.byu.edu/sites/copyright/about-copyright/tutorial/
- Copyright Information for College of DuPage Faculty, Staff, and Students: http://www.cod.edu/library/services/copyright/copyrighthome.htm
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