Under the Copyright Act, there is nothing more intriguing and exciting for educators than Fair Use. Fair Use is the concept that if you are doing something for the greater good of society, like teaching, then your needs supersede the ownership rights of the copyright holder under the Copyright Act. Teachers, and by association, students, can legally use music, websites, video, print, images, and the whole realm of copyrighted materials for the purposes of teaching.

This series, called, “Copyright for Educators,” is designed to help educators learn about Fair Use and what they can and can’t do within the category of, “Teaching” in the Copyright Act.

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Copyright for Educators: Introduction

Copyright for Educators: Introduction

Introduction to copyright for teachers, administrators and board members.

Copyright for Educators: Overview

Copyright for Educators: Overview

What is copyright and how does it apply to educators?

Copyright for Educators: Print

Copyright for Educators: Print

Get some answers about what print items educators can photocopy for their classrooms.

Copyright for Educators: Internet & Web

Copyright for Educators: Internet & Web

Learn about copyright regarding web browsing and content.

Copyright for Educators: Multimedia

Copyright for Educators: Multimedia

Listen to some multimedia guidelines for educators and copyright holders.

Copyright for Educators: Fair Use

Copyright for Educators: Fair Use

Learn about the advantages of Fair Use in the classroom.

        
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