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Fair Use Copyright Clause -- Can I copy or not?
Many times I am asked, "If I am using it in my classroom, can I copy it?" Many times my colleagues will hide what they are copying as they are unsure if they are violating copyright law.
Why is it important to know? My personal opinion is that as educators who remind students to take pride in their work, own their work and to not plagiarize, we must do the same. Educators must follow the same rules, knowing that there are allowances for nonprofit, educational copying. The checklist below provides four valuable questions to ask yourself about what you are copying.
Citation for scanned image: Fischer, Audrey, ed. "How do I? Applying the "Fair Use" Copyright Clause in the Classroom." Library of Congress Magazine 2.5 (2013): 22+. Print.
2015 Best Books
The Buckeye Children's & Tean Award is selected by Ohio's students in K-12. Sisters was the winner for grades 6-8. Find out more here!
November 13 - December 4, 2015 (3 weeks due to holiday break)West circulation statistics: 839
East circulation statistics: 815
East Materials Hold: 22
West Materials Hold: 13
West Class Visits: 4.5
East Class Visits: 6
Please note school was closed for three days.
East days open to study hall: 7.5
West days open to study hall: 6
School Year Circulation Stats (Beginning August 13, 2015)